My practice aims to defy women’s stereotypical positions and roles in society through a humorous perspective. This involves role playing women’s feelings, fears and anxieties which are often inflicted through societal norms, values and expectations of ‘traditional’ women. Women’s appearances are threatened through Naomi Wolf’s Beauty Myth (1990), male idealised expectations of women and the pressures of social media. My work defies gender orientated ‘roles’, often illustrated through sets characterised by domesticity, such as submissive housewives and male dominance. I use a variety of media to articulate these themes.
The Feminist Persona’s Set
various – performance photography, film and projection mad-mapping.