Kali Victoria is a multidisciplinary artist, mother, and potter in Norwalk, California. She works with acrylic, embroidery, wood burning and collage to record memories of intimacy and pleasure. Her art is a love letter to herself, directly refuting the demonization of plus sized bodies and over sexualized imagery of bisexual women. Victoria’s play on language and type are painted phrases like “Make me cum,” “Pussy is God,” and “God is a Woman.” Assembling her work as an installation, she creates immersive bedroom spaces that navigate the taboo and uncomfortable aspects of exploring sexuality.
Victoria is a UCLA/Getty Conservation Intern, CSU Dominguez Hills’ Art Collective cabinet member, and Winston Hewitt Scholarship recipient. Her work was featured in Originals Por Vida Magazine, the CSUDH University Art Gallery, CSU Dominguez Hills Queer Zine, and the Pinot Pallet Studio. She is a graduate of Rio Hondo College (2016) and will receive a B.A. in Studio Art from California State University Dominguez Hills (2021).