Hung Out to Dry
This work explores the insular nature of domestic life. By identifying domesticity in the western world as a dictatorship of the systematic structures of capitalist and individualistic society, the home is reduced into a world without self-reflexivity. Love becomes weakness, and we become stranded with nothing but the emblem of our holy home to patch our wounds with. The conviction of our worship for the home holds us apart from those who might reach into our life and call the poison by its name.