"The best installation art is marked by a sense of antagonism toward its environment, a friction with its context that resists organizational pressure and instead exerts its own terms of engagement." (Claire Bishop)
Beyond the Pale
This installation was on exhibition at Boston's National Center of Afro-American Artists. This work uses challenging imagery to confront issues of identity, race and socio economics.
Rapunzel's Response and the The Politics of Good Hair
In this solo exhibition, Schultz's work addresses the personal and environmental effects of the pursuit for "good hair."
The Beautiful Life of the Perfects
This interactive video installation was exhibited at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston where it was awarded a Medici Travelling Scholarship. In this work, Schultz juxtaposes the idealized characterization of wholesome 1950's television icons Ward and June Cleaver (Leave it to Beaver) to her own "Family Portrait." By projecting the fictional charachters onto porcelain mask casts of her parents and inviting guests to engage in the setting, Schultz calls into question the ritual of private and public standards of perfection.