Carol Flueckiger is a West Texas based artist who uses the blistering sun to blueprint historic feminist handwriting and clothing tags into compositions. Her compositions “try on” history at the speed of a spin cycle. Primary historic documents that are blueprinted in her work come from the archives at Women’s Rights National Historical Park, American Antiquarian Society, Library of Congress and Eleanor Roosevelt Paper Project. Clothing tags come from the local thrift store. Flueckiger holds a BFA from University of Minnesota, an MFA from University of New Mexico and currently serves as an Associate Professor of Art at Texas Tech University.