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Eliza Bennett “A Woman’s Work Is Never Done.” to create the image of an incredibly work-worn hand.

Eliza Bennett - A Woman's Work - Hand Embroidery, literally through the skin of her own hand                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Eliza Bennett - A Woman's Work - Hand Embroidery, literally through the skin of her own hand

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stitching into her own skin, artist eliza bennett challenges the pre-conceived notion that ‘women’s work’ is light and easy

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For a Woman’s Work is Never Done by Eliza Bennett, weaving the thread to her own palm as a canvas

a woman’s work is never done by eliza bennett

-anything for art- eliza bennett embroiders a self-inflicted sculpture into her flesh

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A Woman's Work Is Never Done by Eliza Bennett

For the photographic series 'A Woman's Work is Never Done', artist Eliza Bennett literally creates handstitched artworks using her own hand as a canvas.

Elizabeth Bennett - A series of photographic works titled 'A Woman's Work is Never Done' Using my own hand as a base material, I considered it a canvas upon which I stitched into the top layer of skin using thread to create the appearance of an incredibly work worn hand.

Artist stitches her own skin with thread to create embroidered human hands

eliza bennett embroiders a self-inflicted sculpture into her flesh - designboom | architecture & design magazine

sing her own skin as a canvas, british artist eliza bennett has realized a self-inflicted sculpture, woven into the palm of her hand.

Eliza Bennett Sews Her Own Skin In “A Woman’s Work is Never Done”

ELiza Bennett is a London based artist who recieved a BTEC National Diploma in art, focusing on textiles. She then continued to pursue a BA in Fashion Design at Middlesex University.

London-based artist Eliza Bennett began by working in textiles and fashion design, and uses techniques from those realms on her own hands. Her skin becomes cloth, on which she stitches embroidered patterns that trace a narrative

Eliza Bennett “A Woman’s Work Is Never Done.” to create the image of an incredibly work-worn hand.

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