Fridged is a series of work that explores the literary trope of the dead woman, or a woman in stasis, used to drive the character arch of the male protagonist. The work interweaves references ranging from John Keats to John William Waterhouse, to create luridly seductive depictions of femininity. Furthermore, the series reintroduces how femininity can be percieved using visual signifiers associated with womanhood.

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Pygmalion and his Muse, Oil on Linen, 93 x 155 cm, 2021

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"I don't want to look at something that determines me so completely", Oil on Canvas, 103 x 156 cm, 2020

"I don't want to look at something that determines me so completely" (Audio), Audio Recording, 4 minutes 14 seconds, 2021

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Lilith, Oil on Canvas, Photoshop Edit, 28x38 cm, 2021

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"I think that this is what God must look like: an egg", Oil on Canvas, 8x10 inches, 2020

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"I think that this is what God must look like: an egg", Pencil on Paper, 59x81cm, 2020

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