Posted on Feb 23, 2005 | 3735 views
I call my series of menstruation pictures "That's the blood I've spilled for you." I try first through the completed abstract structure of the menstrual blood to make the viewer aware of the theme, and second, I use the aesthetic work to reverse the negative value.
Women must confront their femaleness, which includes menstruation. This process should not take place in secret any more; the pictures make it public.
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