Date on Master's Thesis/Doctoral Dissertation
Studio Art and Design, MFA
All the Better to See You With is a body of work that deals with the inherently complex relationships between fairy tales and feminism. Consisting of an installation of hand-embroidered life-size or larger, papier-mâché female body parts and a series of six mixed media works on paper, this collection of work uses the imagery of fairy tales to address the violence of female experience. Through an exploration of the role of women in both the writing and literary function of fairy tales, we can see connections between the truth and fiction of women’s work and violence against women.
Stewart, Monica, "All the better to see you with." (2019). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. Paper 3193.
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