Confessing Animals

True Crime Fairy Tale: Peregrine Honig

March 01, 2022 Jen Harris & Vanessa Aricco Season 4 Episode 2
Confessing Animals
True Crime Fairy Tale: Peregrine Honig
Show Notes

Season 4 is all about Confession! 

Our first guest is Peregrine Honig: Artist. Curator. Writer. Wife. 

CW: Mention of sex trafficking, pedophile, ephebophile, and murder

Peregrine Honig (she/her) (born 1976 in San Francisco, CA) is an American artist whose work is concerned with the relationship between pop culture, sexual vulnerability, social anxieties, the ethics of luxury and trends in consumerism.

Her work is included in the permanent collections of The New York Public Library, The Whitney Museum, and The Chicago Art Institute.

Honig also co-owns a lingerie and swimwear boutique, Birdies, which opened in 2003, and is located in the Crossroads Section of Kansas City, Missouri.

She appeared on season one of Bravo’s artist reality television show, Work of Art: The Next Great Artist, which aired from June 9–August 11, 2010, finishing in second place.

Show Notes:
"Father Gander” Peregrine Honig 

Fairy Tales 

Studios Inc. KC

Little Red Riding Hood

sensuality, sexuality 

Song “Fancy” by Bobbie Gentry 

When is it a fairy tale and when is it a murder? 

Erica Michelle Marie Green (May 15, 1997 – April 28, 2001), also known as Precious Doe, was an American three-year-old girl who was murdered in Kansas City.

Intro & music provided by Ashley Raines

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