Fleeting Other

Here is at last a final edit of a piece called Fleeting Other; looking at pregnancy, the female form and the experiences of pregnant women in their lead up to motherhood. I wanted to explore how women see one another as well as how they see themselves; the forms suggest growth, proportions and perspectives. The work also touches on the isolation of experience of each of the women despite the solidarity as mothers.

Do let me know of your thoughts on the work. 🙂

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One thought on “Fleeting Other

  1. Looks great! I love the way the flat forms suggest the various stages of development – even the egg-like frog spawn – the wanderings and eventually the unknown in the dark forest. It is quite remarkable that you have been able to capture all these images and relate them to this unusual subject. Congratulations to the women and may they soon be adoring their offspring.
    Well done Jasmine!

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