2017, MARKERS & INK ON PAPER, 1.50X3.50 METERS
Ancient myths from judaism, christianity, greek mythology and more, describe women as dangerous, seducing, manipulative, manoeuvring and tricky. As a whole, women in religion are defined by their relations to men or by their sexuality and as ones who's actions are of catastrophic consequences. These religious stories are at the base of western culture in which women representations are mainly of women who's sexuality acts as a tool with a purpose of serving economic needs of corporations and companies, something most reflected in magazines, commercials and porn. 'Daughters Of Eve' incorporates many of such stories and brings up questions regarding the place of women in the world today and throughout recent history. The work examines the female archetype in western culture, which is heavily influenced by these myths and stories floating around in the human collective consciousness.