I am a woman, I am a body, I am a womb?

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Betty Baker is a design student and artist whose work is about “feminine seduction and stereotypes.” In her piece, entitled I am a woman, I am a body, I am a womb?, Betty uses lingerie, embellished with a woman’s anatomy, to expose the female body, rather than hide or enhance it.  She explains in her artist statement…

The frontier of the body is divided up in this layer which separates the interior from the exterior, hidden or revealed. And if we had the possibility of opening up this border, to go beyond the skin… These accessories make it possible to see more than what is possible. This gives rise to an inverted striptease; the more I get dressed the more I undress…