'No room for taboo' / Brigid Stafford
Repetition is far from monotonous, it is an act of defiance: the forcible normalisation of shape and form. In Brigid Stafford's work, the female form is recompartmentalised and recontextualised; demystified through reiteration, and remystified through tessellation and bold colour. In this new space, body parts are both anatomical and geometric in function- there is no room for taboo.
"My work is intended to be raw and revealing, expressing the female form and it's marvels and peculiarities. I use acrylic on canvas largely, with bold colours to communicate my intention. I wish for my work to be slightly confronting, whilst desexualising and normalizing the female experience, it's anatomy and it's functions." - Brigid Stafford
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