Measure for Measure
Cold and Distant Mother
Don't Play With Me
In God's Ear
Past, Present, Future
She's Size Zero
Why Perfect Perfection?
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© by Serendip 1994-
"Boxed in and trapped. The dilemma of the binge eater. The obese woman is the big box trying to show the world that see is the small box. The anorexic is the small box that believes she is the big box. The bulimic is also represented by the fingerless girl who has so violently thrown-up that there is blood rolling off her hands."
"En Treat puts me in touch with my personal struggle. I am hungry for food
and affection but if I eat or if I reach out to someone for love, I will be
overwhelmed by feeling full and fat. I have to control my need to eat and
love or I will devour everything. I struggle to make my body attractive and
inviting, but feel hungry and rejected if I am not perfect. The tension
makes me angry and I push others away. It is vicious circle, I can't escape
and people don't believe how desperate I am."
Society and the church thinks we are dirty and ugly. She has a bloody tampon in her hand.
"Black hole, ribs sticking out on one of the images."
"The female body as abstract: taken from its natural
environment and superimposed on art, as 'art'."
"Year 2001 and how far have we come? Women are expected to be well-educated, career savvy, outstanding mothers, sexy wives - but by the way, you're not really a success if you can't do it all and manage to stay thin."