ONCE UPON A TIME THERE WAS A WOMAN (2020)

Resin sculpture, mirror pedestal, glass and nylon

Erase una vez una mujer 3 (1) copy
Lespugue version

015.GALERIE UPSTREAM- STOCK JAN.2021.-PH.GJ.VanROOIJ
Willendorf version

Voluminous, naked, apparently pregnant and with large breasts, are the general characteristics of these representations of the feminine, the beginning of patriarchy, and of the role of women, fertility. In gender archeology, which deals with recovering the female half of ancient populations, there is little rigor that implies supposing that women were passive contemplating, making baskets. Now it is known for sure that the cave paintings were made by women.
Framis tries with this  sculpture to represent women as they are in the history of humanity, the woman with an invisible glass ceiling where female leadership has been atrophied. Framis, as in many of her works, tries to attract people through humor to denounce the state of women, in search of an egalitarian world for all for us.

Resin sculpture, mirror pedestal, glass and nylon

Images: Galeria Horrach Moyá (Lespugue version) and Gert Jan van Rooij (Willendorf version)