Item NMC/1909 - Wrecking Ball

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Wrecking Ball


  • 2017 (Creation)

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Wrecking Ball woodcut and cardboard print

Note from the artist: This print is part of the collection Wank!, a series of six posters for various sources - such as essays, video clips, movies or performances - all dealing with the taboo subject of female masturbation. Acting like a curator of these references, I aim to highlight that any attempt to represent feminine masturbation through a feminist eye still finds its limits where a branded masculine interpretation of feminine sexuality starts.

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This material has been appraised in line with Glasgow School of Art Archives and Collections standard procedures.


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(fl 2017)

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Dominique Campistron graduated in Communication Design from The Glasgow School of Art in 2017. In 2017 she was awarded the inaugural Kerry Aylin Prize for Distinction in Print.

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Purchased from the artist. Kerry Aylin Prize for Distinction in Print purchase. Accession number JAC/080.

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Woodcut print on cardboard.

Dimensions: 420 x 594 mm

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  • English



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This item has been tagged with the index term "Harmful material" as it includes sexual content which some users may find offensive.

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