Naomi Hawksley

Naomi Hawksley explores the public and private viewership of femme bodies through her multimedia artworks. Combining drawing and lithographic printing techniques, she recontextualizes and dismantles conventional images. Hawksley enjoys graphite as a medium because of its immediate, unpredictable, and delicate nature. Often using hair as a symbol for the well-established social and aesthetic rules that society imposes upon girls from an early age, Hawksley’s images contrast fragility and beauty with violence and constraint.


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