HeShe

A person’s sex, as determined by his or her biology, does not always correspond with his or her gender. Therefore, the terms sex and gender are not interchangeable. A baby boy who is born with male genitalia will be identified as male. As he grows, however, he may identify with the feminine aspects of his culture. Since the term sex refers to biological or physical distinctions, characteristics of sex will not vary significantly between different human societies. This project is about a general idea of dividing men and women into two strongly defined categories with predetermined behaviors and actions, that is, an unwritten law dictated to man by the system and human society throughout history. If a person or persons do not fit into this rigid format, they will be rejected and usually disrespected. In this series, I have tried to challenge the issue of gender and identity during the long period of human history and be in a state of suspense.

Gaze, acrylic on raw canvas,130 x 90 cm, 2018

Cry, acrylic on raw canvas, 130 x 90 cm, 2018

Smile, acrylic on raw canvas, 130 x 90 cm, 2018

Hysteria, acrylic on raw canvas, 130 x 90 cm, 2018

Kiss, acrylic on raw canvas, 130 x 90 cm, 2018

Grin, acrylic on raw canvas,130 x 90 cm, 2018

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HeShe, installation view, Etemad Gallery, 2019

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HeShe. neon and fur on wood, 70 x 50 cm, 2019

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HeShe, pen on paper, 350 x 90 cm, 2019

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They Are All Men, acrylic on canvas, fur and wood, 100 x 70 cm, 2019

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