A call-back to Celestial Bodies, the artist’s first mirror series, these pieces make use of the ambiguous shapes of the human body as they interact with the shared theme of fertility. A departure from the geometry of the first series, the bodies’ poses and parts are pulled from vintage pornography for their sensuality, fleshiness, and unashamed presentation.
The mirrors are to exist in stark contrast to the previous series. The Venus Figurines were sculpted in the image of a woman looking down upon herself whereas these bodies are subject to an external gaze, displaying parts and angles rarely seen by oneself. The forms are an intentional and human display of fertility and are arranged with the intention of being provocative.