In Regression, this artwork is speaking on how women’s right are reverting into an oppressive state. Regression reflects this subject by having a clock going counter clockwise while laying upon a dystopian medical examination table. Title IX discusses how the Overturn of Roe v. Wade has effected women’s health care; in particularly, speaking on how women are now getting mistreated by many healthcare providers. Conceptually I am drawn to women’s issues such as reproductive rights in relationship to my own struggles living as a female in today’s American society. Mix Media art is where I can successfully execute my conceptual beliefs and help bring the gap between art and the viewer. Mix media seems to grasp the viewer more effectively for my conceptual beliefs. This is just the beginning of my exploration and research into the relationship within concept and material.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Madison Signore is currently a student at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville majoring in Studio Art with a focus in sculpture; she is currently exploring more mediums while at school. Madison is currently the President of Sculpture at Wagner at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. She is currently located in the St Louis area. She has been doing art since she was 15. In 2019, Madison had the opportunity to be excepted into Edwardsville Art Center and SIUE’s High School Art Exhibition. Currently, Madison is research into the Overturn of Roe v. Wade to accurately represent the discrimination that women are facing in the 21st century.
© Madison Signore