Female Neon Benders Take Over The MONA

Some of the artists featured in the show. / Meryl Pataky (Courtesy)Eve De Haan with her piece. / Rosemarie Alejandrino"I Could Wash the World" (2016) by Kate Hush / Rosemarie AlejandrinoMeryl Pataky (Courtesy)Leticia Maldonado with her piece, "The Lovers". / Rosemarie AlejandrinoPhoto by Rosemarie AlejandrinoMeryl Pataky (Courtesy)Meryl Pataky (Courtesy)

From fashion advertisements to music videos, the millennial obsession with bright colors has taken over Pinterest, Tumblr, and Instagram. Neon on the screen is one thing, but what are female artists doing to showcase the medium in a new light? In the following radio story, join Brit Wigintton as she attends the opening of “She Bends” at The Museum of Neon Art in Glendale, CA to find out.

Produced by Thomas Carroll
Additional Reporting by Rosemarie Alejandrino