Nostalgie de la Boue, 1990 Cibachrome transparenicies, rosewood, plywood, glass, electrical apparatus. © Helen Chadwick Estate. Photograph by Edward Woodman. by: Helen Chadwick

Nostalgie de la Boue, 1990 Cibachrome transparenicies, rosewood, plywood, glass, electrical apparatus. © Helen Chadwick Estate. Photograph by Edward Woodman. by: Helen Chadwick

Helen Chadwick "Meat Abstract No. 2: Tongues" (1989) Fotografía polaroid y seda Medidas: 81x71 cm

Helen Chadwick "Meat Abstract No. 2: Tongues" (1989) Fotografía polaroid y seda Medidas: 81x71 cm

Helen Chadwick "Meet Abstract No.5: Heart of liver" (1989) Fotografía Polaroid y seda. Medidas: 81x71 cm

Helen Chadwick "Meet Abstract No.5: Heart of liver" (1989) Fotografía Polaroid y seda. Medidas: 81x71 cm

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Helen Chadwick ~ In the Kitchen (1977). In her earlier work she questioned the role of the female body in art as a decorative object, just as decorative and aesthetic ideas about art themselves had been questioned in the 20th century. In the late 80s she changed saying, "I made a conscience decision not to represent my body. It immediately declares female gender and I wanted to be more deft."

Helen Chadwick ~ In the Kitchen (1977). In her earlier work she questioned the role of the female body in art as a decorative object, just as decorative and aesthetic ideas about art themselves had been questioned in the 20th century. In the late 80s she changed saying, "I made a conscience decision not to represent my body. It immediately declares female gender and I wanted to be more deft."

Interview Portrait of Helen Chadwick with 'Piss Flowers' (1991-92) by photographer Kippa Matthews, 1996  Helen Chadwick

Interview Portrait of Helen Chadwick with 'Piss Flowers' (1991-92) by photographer Kippa Matthews, 1996 Helen Chadwick

The Helen Chadwick: ‘Wreaths to Pleasure’ charts the creative and practical processes of ‘Wreaths to Pleasure’ (1992-3) Each image captures a sculptural composition formed of a heady mix of substances and materials, photographed from above. Delicate flowers are suspended in transient states, poised between life and death, in a variety of organic and toxic liquids ranging from tomato juice to Windolene.

The Helen Chadwick: ‘Wreaths to Pleasure’ charts the creative and practical processes of ‘Wreaths to Pleasure’ (1992-3) Each image captures a sculptural composition formed of a heady mix of substances and materials, photographed from above. Delicate flowers are suspended in transient states, poised between life and death, in a variety of organic and toxic liquids ranging from tomato juice to Windolene.

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