Me as mussels (After Marcel Broodthaers)
each 220*150 cm
In both the real world and the art world, it was a virtue for women to be desired. It has been socially required to be an object of desire. The mother goddesses/women with their naked bodies draped in ten million cloths, considered masterpieces in Western art history, were pornography for the rich, created by artists on commission. Theorists and historians have struggled to make sense of these paintings and argue that they are not pornography. In this process, women have been constantly objectified and their voices denied.
These photographs were created to show/denounce this situation.