Her pastel-on-sandpaper series, “Domestic Threats” and “Black Paintings”, both use cultural objects as surrogates for human beings acting in mysterious, highly charged narratives.
Rachko also has created a series of photographs entitled “Gods and Monsters”. In these chromogenic prints, she is “painting with a camera,” creating variations that free the camera from being a mechanical recording device of what lies before it. She prints all of these images by hand.
Height: 70 in. (177.8 cm)
Width: 50 in. (127 cm)