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Vulva fields

First of all, yes, you can take this vulva flower home.

Second of all, let me tell you a story:

The Vulva Fields Project commenced in the summer of 2021 with the creation of 50 signed and numbered vulva sculptures crafted from bent wire. These were distributed across various locations in Kleinbasel. In collaboration with Digital Designer Oscar J. Paddon, a new iteration was developed in February 2023, featuring 3D visualizations of my paintings accompanied by a video. My vision has always been for these vulvas to merge with nature and now is the perfect time to do it.

These vulvas serve as powerful symbols in the fight for equality, encompassing not only gender equality but also equality across race and religion. The Vulva Fields is not merely a feminist project; it is an extraordinary art installation that captivates and engages the audience through a thought-provoking and interactive experience. It explores the intrinsic connection between humanity and nature, using wire, a conductor of electricity, to symbolize the flow of energy between the artist, who plants, and the viewer, who harvests. The color blue is employed as a symbol of wisdom and inspiration.

Vulva Fields leverages the transformative potential of art to illuminate ongoing inequalities in our world. It acts as a medium through which artists can provoke reflection, ignite conversation, and inspire action. By adopting a childlike perspective, the project uses innocence as a lens to deconstruct societal norms. Children, unclouded by the biases that influence adult viewpoints, have a unique ability to recognize injustice with clarity. By channeling their perspective, Vulva Fields peels away layers of social conditioning, allowing viewers to confront the stark realities of inequality with fresh, untainted eyes.

Thank you very much for your attention and support,


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