“She tries to remind them of how they are still strong and productive if they own their rights.”
Courtesy of the artist.
Kamer Batioglu, strips the mask from women’s body including the ‘skin’ and enters their inner world; considering while women and men wear masks to present themselves differently, they wear masks for their body as well. Batioglu tries to present them in a natural state, by making them transparent. While doing this, she reflects the colors of her thoughts to the bodies; she tries to see them as they are, not as they should be. She asserts that women should be considered as human beings, rather than as sexual forms. She tries to remind them of how they are still strong and productive if they own their rights.