Junk the Morgue
This painting addresses the tensions in binary oppositions: the man-made and the natural; the industrial and human; and male and female. The composition also seeks to disassemble patriarchal systems and symbols by showing the female aspect breaking through. By referencing the feminine archetype, Furr hopes to usher in a new yonic era by working against the phallocentrism of the contemporary moment.
Emily Furr’s paintings seek to restore the feminine archetype and usher in a new yonic era. Her work disassembles patriarchal symbols to show the female aspect overcoming the phallocentrism of the current moment. Furr’s work also addresses the tensions in binary oppositions, such as male versus female, while exploring the potentialities and limitations of scale.
This painting addresses the tension between humans and nature, as well as the desire to control the uncontrollable. It also works to disassemble patriarchal symbols and systems by referencing the feminine archetype.More
- Framed: 12.0 x 9.0 x 2.0 in.
- This work is in an artist's frame, which is a part of the work itself.