Chloe Rickson

Foundation Diploma in Art, Design & Media Practice - Farnham

Theme

This piece discusses the existence of women within an abject context. Looking at biological and technological influences that are changing who we are internally and externally. Biologically, with the rise in drug intake from contraception to painkillers, as well as increasingly seamless cosmetic surgery. Technologically, with editing, social media and our ever-growing presence online. This piece portrays the redefining and the potential superiority of identifying as a woman.

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The Abject Woman
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