2 - 30 May 2005
En-Gendered Pieces is a personal reverie. It is part of a larger body of work comprising objects and installations that address representations of gender, desire, fantasies and sexuality. Shown in a public setting, En-Gendered Pieces might suggest the type of fleeting thoughts and fantasies that sometimes go through our mind during our daily activities. Whether triggered by the vast array of images from advertising and consumer culture, or just within our own imaginations, these internal and private thoughts traverse our psyche, yet they remain unaccounted for. There is no room for them in our busy schedules. They clash with our stressful lives and our need to be productive and efficient.