“BITE ME” explores the relationships between objectification, sexuality, and sustenance.Sexual objectification is defined as an act of treating a person as a mere object of sexual desire. Experientially, sexuality and

objectification intermingle in ways that defy simple definition. My multi-media work dips in to explore the complicated dynamic between the theory of objectification and the experience of sexuality.

Pear Tree
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Golden Apple
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IMG_2749
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Carat Man and Bunny
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Carat Man
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Carat Man/Rabbit
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Rabbit and Milk
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Milk
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Golden Pears (front)
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Golden Pears (back)
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Golden Pear
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Adam and Eve
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Bananas and Peaches
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Banana and Peaches/Desire
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Desire
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Three For a Dollar
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Watermelons
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Group Shot
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Group Shot
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Fruit Bowl
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Wall Nuts
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Cherry Tree
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Cherry Tree
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Cherry Tree 1
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