London 2012

This series of works represents a post-feminist critique on the failure of changing the perception of female identity. Obvious aspects of the feminine are driven into the unconscious, posing as identity, imprinting upon us the ideal, leading to an eternal struggle with external perfection. Hairless, toeless, sexless, masked for survival, triggered from outside, the superficial surpassing the educational. Here, the seemingly innocent archetypical childhood objects are transformed into images which represent a more truthfull and less-than-perfect reality.