DVCAI | Kelly Sinnapah Mary
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Kelly Sinnapah Mary

Kelly Sinnapah Mary

I think a simple way to characterize my work and my intention would be to say that I try to produce material for reflection, which allows observers to ask themselves questions that they do not usually arise. Several painful personal experiences, echoing the current status of women, namely its representation in society, symbolic and physical violence against them in the world, led me to express plastically a form of revolt against all forms of domination, the more prevalent for me being male domination. I’m looking for evolving visual forms of expression what explains the evolving nature of the concept that I developed and I named “Vagina”. This concept has several aspects and is built from several techniques including in situ drawing, installation, video, sewing, embroidery or photography. By using the installation medium, I position myself in a process of exploration that gathers several techniques.

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April 17, 2017