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Vulva Kitchen

In 'Vulva Kitchen' (2021), I delve into the intricacies of modern domesticity, employing ceramic artistry to examine the nuanced roles of women and gender non-conforming individuals. Through live cast vulvas sourced from diverse ages, cultures, and backgrounds, I explore the complexities of inequality and societal expectations. Using alginate, a skin-safe material, I meticulously capture these forms, translating them into plaster molds to unveil the hidden narratives of our bodies and lives. The kitchen, a symbolic site of domesticity, becomes both a canvas and a commentary on patriarchal structures. By reclaiming this space for artistic expression, I aim to empower others to challenge conventional narratives and assert their presence in the domestic sphere. 'Vulva Kitchen' is not just an exhibition; it's a call to action, urging viewers to reconsider the significance of the spaces we inhabit and the stories they tell.

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Photo Credit: Tiffany Haynes 

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