Black’s work presents The Ubiquitous, an entity that propagates into subhuman beings that ravage the deserts in search of sacrificial circles or homing beacons. Their physical nature is heavily influenced by:
Languid, liquid human body language;
the otherworldly visage and tenacity of plant life;
the heaving monstrosity of mountains and rock formations;
and the joyous allegory of movie monsters, puppets, and pulp fantasy.
The Ubiquitous is explored in Black’s whimsical writings and intensive drawings which are characterized by her mark’s immediacy; and her work seeks to understand this Being’s purpose, function, and correlation to her own life.