K.O but she will rise again
"K.O but she will rise again" by Louise Hapton is an "Of does and men" original sculpture.
"Of does and men (ODAM)" is one of Louise Hapton’s most iconic painting and sculpture series. In an anthropomorphic world where cruelty is the prom queen, rabbits, mice, cats, elephants and turtles hate living with each other and say it out loud. Maybe too loud sometimes… Indeed, "Of does and men" is nothing but an attempt to exit the artist’s own internal violence through her funny vision of society. The 3D Does are sexy and liberated, they express every aspect of a strong woman who doesn't give a shit about patriarchy and is sexually confident for her own gaze.
"K.O but she will rise again" is the perfect example of what fighting against inequal rights is. She punched, she got a punch back, she dodged and hit again, but as this fight is a cheat, she got hit from behind. In a world where men of any social levels are against a change to save half of the living population from their own violence, feminists get attacked in the (social) media and physically. When will this catch wrestle end? Not yet, but she will rise again.
Technique: Painted milliput clay (Epoxy putty)
Size: Length x Width x Height = 22 x 13 x 10 cm
Original sculpture by Louise Hapton
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