Public Laundry: everything exposed but not quite
fabric, rope, wood, 240 x 72 x 70
In this work the undergarments represent the most private details of an individual’s life just as underwear covers the most private parts of our bodies. By showing underwear in a public setting, I want to illustrate our cultures fascination with other people’s private lives. As societies demand for personal information rises the integrity of private life falls further and further until I am afraid we will end up with our knickers around our ankles finally exposing what little we still have covered.