165x60cm, 180x60cm. 2016.
Through these fluffy vaginas and ovaries, I am questioning my own role as a female, and exploring the consequences of unpleasant sexual experiences. They generate a narrative between gender and sexuality. Am I a woman simply because I have functional sex organs? Or less of a woman if I choose not to use these organs? The two vaginas present an expectation and a reality. Shades of pink cascade through these pieces, overtly gendering them before the imagery is recognised. My interests lie in the unconventional and bizarre aspects of being a female. The largest piece was exhibited in Prism Contemporary Gallery in Blackburn in 2018.