You were Such a Drunk That I Left You, or Tried to
sewn cotton, mixed media
50 x 65 x 30 in.
As thoughts of my future motherhood arise, memories of childhood surface. My past, present and future merge within the psychological space of my nightmares. Emerging from a black background the juxtaposition of animals (and animal parts) with nursery objects serve as a metaphor for the fraught dualities of motherhood and childhood, absence and presence, organic and inorganic and the terrible and ludicrous in my current work.
© Anahita Vossoughi