I TAKE CARE OF PAINTINGS AS I TAKE CARE OF MYSELF

Eyeshadows, lipstick, clothes, fabrics, hairspray, creme, mousse, pearls, toothpaste, shoe polish, pills, flowers, nail polish, makeup removal, nail polish removal, oil, washing powder, candle wax, shaver, car, buttons, fake money, wine, bra, mirror, mascara, ribbon, pillow stuffing, yoghurt, underwear, shoe, flour, dog toy, horse sculpture, tinfoil, pegs, doll on canvas/fabric.l

160 × 160 cm / 110 × 160 cm / 70 × 70 cm

2015

 

 

 

 

 

This is a serie of paintings, which could be seen as paintings, but are done without using regular painting tools. I used for making them my every day products with what I take care of myself. An idea came from how some have said to me how I should take care of my painting as I do take are of my make up or clothes. People keep on making examp-les on 'how to choose the right colour of paint' to me like I choose my clothes or makeup. For me it made wonder, if this is a way how women artist are being taught and how they should make parallels between a stereotypic women interests and 'real art tehnics'.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Pretty as a Painting

2017

Gap

2017

Off

2016

Body

2016

I Am Only Playing House

2016

Washing Paintings

2016

CraftsMAN's ArtWORK

2015

I Take Care Of My Paintings...

2015

The Factory of the Housewife

2014

Face Paintings

2014

Tasty Paints

2014

Impressions 2011-2015

2011-2016

On Sale