The Venus’s crust Actions to stop time. The time you spend on the body. The body as a sculptural object and landscape. Landscape as a study. The landscape in the study. The Venus as a representation of beauty. Beauty in aging women. In real woman. The Venus’s crust explores the female body, from self-representation, portrait and self-portrait, as a starting point for reflection on issues such as gender conflicts, social inequality, discrimination and stereotypes. Topics that faces every day the female condition. It involves the use of landscape as a stage and as an element of dislocation that explores and...
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