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Amanda's work primarily focuses on transparency, texture and unsettling color. Appropriating explicit imagery from films as well as art diaries and photographic archives, the image's traditional color is inverted to assert an emotive scene, touching on archetypal roles that simultaneously envelop and elide the social constructions of femininity.
Painting from individual experiences such as Catholic guilt and unwarranted sexualization, the content of their body of work exploits inherent femininity as a weapon as well as a flaw. Their artworks exist to be submersed, in a world that is emotive and uncomfortable, like our own.
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