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‘I’m every woman’ touches on the same titled 1992 hit by Whitney Houston (featured in the tape deck). This chart-topping anthem has long been synonymous with the Feminist campaign by the very nature of its theme. This canvas questions whether this ‘broad church’ of feminism always exists if many minority groups still feel excluded? The intersectionality-to name but a few-of gay (lilac lines of the ‘lavender menace’), BAME (tape), disabled (‘Wheels’ Kids club drink) and low income (monopoly dog) must continue to be addressed to ensure that feminism is truly pushing for equality for everyone and not just white, cis, straight, able bodied, middle class, women.

Beneath this triangle and fourth letter of Greek alphabet-Delta (‘sign of change’) there was a painting of Hades abducting Persephone. This Ancient Greek myth of subjugation set the tone for modern misogyny. This was keenly experienced during the 70s as this reproduction of Chris von Wangenheim Vogue shoot of desirability and dominance demonstrate. Both images discuss the ‘beauty myth’ and its impact on women daily. However, the white washing of both topics in the canvas aims to highlight that this ideal of ‘one shared female experience’ doesn’t exist.

The original canvas is held in a collection in Vienna and this is my Genesis NFT.

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The EVERY WOMAN BIENNIAL is a celebration of: uplifting women, non-binary artists, creating opportunities, encouragement, connection, community, inspiration and love. Bringing together established artists alongside hundreds of emerging artists, some showing for the first time. The Biennial launched in NYC in 2014 by founder C. Finley, originally under the name, The Whitney Houston Biennial, as a way to provide a platform and exposure for more female artists.

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‘I’m every woman’ touches on the same titled 1992 hit by Whitney Houston (featured in the tape deck). This chart-topping anthem has long been synonymous with the Feminist campaign by the very nature of its theme. This canvas questions whether this ‘broad church’ of feminism always exists if many minority groups still feel excluded? The intersectionality-to name but a few-of gay (lilac lines of the ‘lavender menace’), BAME (tape), disabled (‘Wheels’ Kids club drink) and low income (monopoly dog) must continue to be addressed to ensure that feminism is truly pushing for equality for everyone and not just white, cis, straight, able bodied, middle class, women.

Beneath this triangle and fourth letter of Greek alphabet-Delta (‘sign of change’) there was a painting of Hades abducting Persephone. This Ancient Greek myth of subjugation set the tone for modern misogyny. This was keenly experienced during the 70s as this reproduction of Chris von Wangenheim Vogue shoot of desirability and dominance demonstrate. Both images discuss the ‘beauty myth’ and its impact on women daily. However, the white washing of both topics in the canvas aims to highlight that this ideal of ‘one shared female experience’ doesn’t exist.

The original canvas is held in a collection in Vienna and this is my Genesis NFT.

vertical_splitAbout Every Woman Biennialexpand_more

The EVERY WOMAN BIENNIAL is a celebration of: uplifting women, non-binary artists, creating opportunities, encouragement, connection, community, inspiration and love. Bringing together established artists alongside hundreds of emerging artists, some showing for the first time. The Biennial launched in NYC in 2014 by founder C. Finley, originally under the name, The Whitney Houston Biennial, as a way to provide a platform and exposure for more female artists.

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