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Through my practice I aim to develop personal projects which relate to concepts of fertility, gestation, reproduction, metamorphosis, the pregnant body and the psychology of the pregnant and maternal women; linking with concepts of post minimalism, the abject and visceral, feminism and fashion. Using materials with a strong history to develop soft sculptures and costumes, I wish to create a sense of allure and desire but also a sense of disgust and revolt. Promoting the stained, the droopy, the disgusting, undesired and dirty aspects of this surprisingly amazing facade of humanity; transferring it into an art form that highlights these some what forgotten but ever present, vital bodily, abject and visceral transformations.

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Stacey Wilson
Droopy
2013

Stacey Wilson
Temple of the Bodily
2013

Stacey Wilson
Costumes
2013

Stacey Wilson
Rags
2013

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