Eve and the Garden of Houses
The title of this piece is ‘Eve and the Garden of Houses’, a project which explores the outdated, abstract idea that a woman’s role is in the home. The performative aspect of this body of work is impactful for the imagery as it produced an instant sense of uncertainty. The unusual positioning in these self portraits are very staged and this is clear to the audience. The way we view the woman in this body of work could in fact be insightful of how society used to and often still does see women as a whole. The obscurity of the positions staged is reminiscent of how many are confused by women speaking out against women’s rights, and the mistreatment of women all over the world. The main idea of this piece is for people to look inward onto both the images and themselves.
Liberty Abdey • Ayeesha Ayinla • Tara Barton-Leigh • Iminee Boyd-Cox • Chris Brown • Tom Buller • Elena Catalina-Toltica • Mia Curtis-Mays • Jemma Elvin • Sophie Evans • Zoe Everett-Taylor • Jasmine Forsyth • Sienna Glasford • Charlotte Jones • James Lambert • Jessica Mennell • Jacques Studley • Issie Treacher • Aurora Way • Dan Webb • Emily Wildash • Summer Wilson •