15 October – 9 November, 2014
The performative sculpture that is 36”-24”-36” deals with the pressures of the current societal critique of the female form. The manner unto which ‘the booty’ has become more of an embellished asset, the glorification of a form and a shun of those without. Having grown up in the 90’s, Gall is hyper aware of the shifts of body pressure on woman, and the changes in constructed ideas of beauty.
Jess Gall is an emerging artist from Melbourne, currently completing her BFA in Photography at RMIT. Within her practice, Gall often addresses elements of Pop Culture, using a performance-based practice to articulate ideas on societal happenings. Her work pertains a sense of humour and play, allowing for its easy consumption. Gall often participates in collaborative performative happenings around Melbourne under the pseudonym Jeiku and finds herself the muse to many contemporary practitioners.