Stumbling Tumbling Buffeted

The family home can be epitomised as a locus of oppression and ranges from the frustration of women who find themselves tied to narrow domestic roles or to those who are victims of sustained violence. Here I query and intermingle conceptions about the household, power and the hierarchy between men and women, this questioning functions as a vital tool to analyse the overall position of women in society. Creating uncanny spaces where home is a culturally and politically contested space. The domestic sphere and the many rituals performed within are often paradoxical in many way to the reality and these installations create opportunities to subvert the traditional discourses around women in the home. The work aims to highlight ways in which space, and representations of space, produce and reproduce gender.

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