As a woman living in a 21st century capitalist society I feel frustrated by the pre-existing frameworks that I feel oppress me not only as an artist but also as a woman. I am concerned by many of the outdated taboos I encounter in daily life and the unachievable standards of beauty perpetuated throughout the media and advertising.
I cannot yet accept the notion that women and men are now equal and this series of photomontages analyses the aspects that indicate there is still widespread gender inequality. It also looks back through the different waves of feminism to reflect on the origin of causes and effects that have resulted in this moment right now.
Each montage is also titled with a quote that illustrates absurd uses of language in reference to women over the centuries, which also talks about the social status of women at the time.