An Ovarian Woolgathering
72.1 x 66.8 cm
Photo-polymer print, Gouache and Watercolour on coffee stained Kozo paper pasted on 300 gsm paper
This speculative work explores the notion of decolonizing both the woman's body and nature.
In a fictional and imaginary realm, female genitalia, hidden in a pocket of moss, dreams about its own free will and witnesses a connection with the paradigm of plant intelligence. There emerges a phenomenon of interdependency and mesh networks probing into the relationship between ecology and humankind.
The black and white circular prints are small miniature worlds from the plant world seen and documented under a microscope.