At the exhibition M’s Wet Dream, I take the freedom to “act like men” and criticise the completely phallocentric mentality that surrounds us, along with the culture that has grown out of it. I say “fuck off!” to the male-centric world view that merely sees women as sexual objects or mothers and sets hypocritical limits to the confident behaviour of women in the public space. “Women’s rights are human rights” is a slogan that is hard to argue with. When we get to individual cases, however, public opinion can still find arguments as to why the same things are not permitted for both men and women. M’s Wet Dream examines the limits that are set on the social life, physiological performance and sexuality of women and visualises how these can be broken.

The Fall Installation 120 × 100 × 90 cm

 

detail of The Fall

Die Hard  

Exhibitionist installation 99 x 32 x 12 cm

Origin of One Possible Orgasm  

Macqyver’s Triangle  

The Clit  

Don't Be a Pussy (Mothefucker)  

V, 2015 pigment print, 90 × 60 cm

 

The Stream and ?, both 2016 sculpture and a watercolor painting

 

detail of ?, 30 x 30cm

Eggs from 1995– & Vitt (Cunt) watercolors, 66 × 46cm/35 x 25cm

detail of Eggs 1995–