Que restera-t-il de moi après la purification? / exposed in Tokyo

2017

 

Performance, video, photo, intaglio on japanese paper

 

 

I believe identities are (at least partly) constructed in response to impacts with others, conforming to or opposing different societal dictates. In late capitalism, the implications of being a woman and, irremediably, a worker, are substantial.
And so I ask this intimate question, what would be left of me after the purification?

Exposed in Tokyo Digital photographs of photopolymer intaglio monotypes printed on mulberry paper (68x20) - 2017

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Exposed in Tokyo Digital photographs of photopolymer intaglio monotypes printed on mulberry paper (68x20) - 2017

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Exposed in Tokyo Digital photographs of photopolymer intaglio monotypes printed on mulberry paper (68x20) - 2017

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Exposed in Tokyo Digital photographs of photopolymer intaglio monotypes printed on mulberry paper (68x20) - 2017

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Purification of photopolymer intaglio monotypes printed on mulberry paper (68x20) - 2017

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Purification of photopolymer intaglio monotypes printed on mulberry paper (68x20) - 2017

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Purification of photopolymer intaglio monotypes printed on mulberry paper (68x20) - 2017

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Purification of photopolymer intaglio monotypes printed on mulberry paper (68x20) - 2017

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