2014 - 2017
VIDEO AND INSTALATION
Acculturation of gender violence is a series of performances held during the period from 2014 to 2017 that discusses violence against gender throughout history
This performance brings a discussion about one of the causes of vaginismus; The religion, in the case was applied the Christian, because it is the religion that was obligatorily created and had influence in my sexuality. The thirds are blessed, they follow the pattern of blessed thirds through Masses transmitted on televisions (in my country), this practice reminds me of grandparents, who put from their children’s car keys to water to be blessed. During the performance a person puts all thirds until my genital organ is completely capped. On the side Pudor being exposed at the exhibition YES AND MORE NO is an exhibition revolving around sexual abuse curated by Matilde Cesareo, Olga Fromentin, Friederike Hoberg, Aldonso Palacio, Jiayi Chen, Yue Wang. Exhibition was held in Paris at 4 PLACE DE THORIGNY, 75003 PARIS
The devastation of the feminine begins in its vital energy, in search of “power” and it is these relations of power and of absence, that women who have already left, struggling, do, is what this performance speaks about. A circle of fire recalls pagan rituals, but also the burning of women during the Inquisition. Nature, vital energy, ablaze, a female body amidst the circle of fire, wearing social clothing and a sash and crown of Miss, “the place of acceptance of the feminine, not the place where I wanted to be.” The saying; “I MISS YOU” and the position in which gods pose in their paintings, figurines, symbols, and in the hand, a vagina-like sore. Like the 9 phases of the moon, but this time, on fire as the sun, burns 9 sheets of paper written front-of-verse with names of women victims of feminicide in various languages, as a nature that connects and inspires change and evolution; I miss you, we miss you.
The Painter (2017) is about the issue of gender in art (art market and history), specifically the predominance of the masculine. Based, for example, on the artwork "The advantages of being a female artist (1988/2017)" from Guerrila Girls, who exhibited at MASP in 2017 and approach the contrast between the small number of female artists compared to the large number of female nudes at the collection exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum in New York (5% and 85% in 1989, 4% and 76% in 2012) and at MASP (6% and 60% in 2017).
“Empowering and Feminist Workshop Made by Men Photographers” is part of a series of works that questions the manipulation of the feminine while image and object inside photography, specifically the sexuality and nudity of the portrayed woman. This performance is a critic to the sexual absuse in the photography scene and the appropriation of the feminine speach within projects, and so a deletion of the women professionals, besides the vunerability of the models. And as something cultural, as a teaching, that goes from one person to another, the performance is a “Workshop”. The sentences spoken in the video are based in true facts. A research was carried out with artistic nude models and all of the sentences said did happen.
"Sorry, but you are so hot that it’s hard to focus on the photography / Is it ok if I take my shirt off? I wanna get comfortable with you / That one is a teen, I love teens / You are my little slut / I thought you were more wild / Spread your legs more / If you tell someone I’ll fuck you / You are not a lesbian, it’s just that you still haven’t found a real man / You make me horny / You are dressed like a nun. One of my fetishes is to molest a nun, against her will / I need you to send me homemade pics, nude, before registering for this casting / Open her for me/ Can you take a picture of your pussy and sent it to me? Just so I can see if you are right for this job / Can you shave? I don’t like hairy women / You have a pretty face, it’s a shame you’re fat / You’re gonna see what a “I love you” looking in the eyes can do / I have a contact list that every man wanted to have / You choose to protect or expose yourself/ I don’t run after models / Do you like forced sex? / Sorry, I don’t click fatties / Lift up your breats more / Can I use this oil on your body? / I wanna leave your pussy very exposed / I only click you if you sleep here afterwards / I’m gonna choke you for real / If I give you $300 will you suck me off? / Can I touch your body? It’s only for a theatrical matter / I didn’t rape her. She, although drunk, also wanted it / Women photographers doesn~t know how to photograph other women / I only photograph women who makes me horny / I can click you, but it’s only you and me… you can’t bring anyone else / I love white girls like you… they bruise easily / Do you wanna see my cock? / Can you bring that friend of your for the session? Then we can make it a threesome / I’m not interested in photographing lesbians / You are too manly / Your body is very weird / The fat girls I photograph are quota / Spread it for me / Open more your ass, please / I thought you were hotter in person / I can’t focus on the photo looking at you / Hottie / I’d love to photograph you, but black women does not fit with the kind of light I work with / By your pictures… you’re an escort girl right? / You are too old for the kind of work I do / Are you this unhibited in bed too? / Lift up your ass more / I make women feel stronger with my work / I only photograph fat girls so no one says I’m discriminating, because they are terrible. Besides ugly they also keep demanding the pictures / If I hadn’t discovered you, you’d be nothing / Women photographers only causes fights with models / I have a fetish in having sex with models / You aren’t even that beautiful, I’m doing a huge favor in photographing you / Can I take some pictures with my hand on your ass? Just to post on my Instagram / Are you under 18? I lofe ninfos, we could do these pictures and no one would know / Seduce me / I would make a child in you / Can you stick your finger for me… / You looking at me like this… I’m sure you want me to fuck you / Do a naughty face, imagine my cock in your mouth / Your breasts are beautiful, would be even better without bra / Can you do doggy position for me? / Can you open your asshole for me? / Can I touch your boob? / Drink a bit, so it makes things easier / I only photograph teens / Your boob has a weird shape, do you have any problem? / I’m gonna beat you in the ass with this shibari rope / If we have a more intimate relationship I recommend you to other jobs / Put your finger in your mouth / If you tell anyone of what happened here, I am influential and I can hurt you / Do you want me to take my shirt of so you can be more comfortable? / Can you brush your hair before the session? I don’t like curly hair / No one’s gonna believe if you tell what happened here, because I’m famous and you’re not.”
No faces, no hair and no name – a name inspired by the publication of the British historian Sara Helm (in German Ohne Haar und ohne Namen) reveres as women of the Ravensbrück concentration camp.
The camp of Ravensbrück was inaugurated by SS in 1939. A field exclusively for women; Jewish, non-Jewish, Gypsy, physically and mentally disabled, partisans, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Communists, Socialists and prostitutes, elderly, pregnant women and children. The incarceration of more than 100,000 women, the massacre involving euthanasia operations, and sterilization experiments, rape, slave labor, and sexual slavery are estimated until the moments of extermination.
The action is performed with diluted blood of women and the action repeats until the clothing is completely red.
The body represents a white supremacy so far that reveres the blood that invades every tissue, at this time it already symbolizes all the women who passed through the extermination camp, mainly its importance for a history and resistance to Nazism.