Chelsea Culprit, Transfigurations in Ritual time, 2019. Installation. Vue de l’exposition Prince·sse·s des villes, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, 2019. Courtesy de l’artiste. Photo © Aurélien Mole
Society Feminism, 26 February 2020
Chelsea Culprit, Transfigurations in Ritual time, 2019. Installation. Vue de l’exposition Prince·sse·s des villes, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, 2019. Courtesy de l’artiste. Photo © Aurélien Mole

Millennials Women Creators Attack the Archetypes of Femininity

Investigation by Anne-Charlotte Michaut
Summary

Garance Bonotto, Marilou Poncin, Alis Pelleschi and Chelsea Culprit are young creators who are reinvesting the archetypal figures of femininity. With humour and tenderness, they point out the contradictions in our collective representations and social behaviours. By showing the other side of the coin and diverting the stigma, they have transformed the alienating assignment to a certain type of femininity into a powerful weapon in women’s struggle for freedom, especially sexual freedom.

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