Oct 22, 2013 / 292 notes

Kelly Sinnapah’s Vagina installation Addressing Abuse and Dominance

By Deborah Frempong

Guadeloupean visual artist, Kelly Sinnapah’s, Vagina installation interrogates the complex relationship between dominant abusive structures, and survivors of abuse. Tentatively described as feminist in nature, Sinnapah’s work is dedicated to constructing the abuse within prescribed ‘feminine’ boundaries, making use of gentle colours, flowers and exquisite embroidery. This is important in making the feminine central, while critiquing the abuse that affects them.

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