Betonplex, metal, wenge, purpleheart, jatoba, tulipwood, synthetic hair
(black, red, brown, blonde)
500 x 120 x 220 cm
This sculpture deals with problematics of the female objectified body in populair culture. The body, in this context, is as a commodity which is disconnected from internal processes such as feeling or having an agency of one's own. At the same time the sculpture makes use of aesthetics rooting from Modernism. An ideology in which functionality, often associated with masculinity, had the highest value. Ornament, in those days, was often associated with the feminine and dismissed as something inessential, deceptive, superficial and irrational.