Women are not things.
My work seeks to reclaim every cat call, tongue slurp, aroused grunt, and unsolicited grab spewed into existence then thrown onto another human. Whether deliberately exaggerated, androgynous, or representative, the female narrative lies predominantly at the forefront as personal histories of abuse are visually narrated. Accounts of misogynistic behaviors will be opposed with playfully sarcastic humor. Presented as objectified beings through themes of cynical submission then self-realization and courageous independence, this work employs itself to challenge and obliterate the expected androcentric social, political, economic, religious, and sexual role of a female living in today’s America.