HOME by Dione Roach

A collaborative video installation by Dione Roach and Toya Akpinar which features some of the PERA students. The installation explores ideas of absence and presence, human landscapes set against a more bare, animalistic aspect of nature.


In the online world of commercialized culture, the female nipple is categorized as provocative, vulgar or/and annoying. However, this is not a natural flow of nature, but instead a manufactured category inextricably linked to historical conditions where culture is defined as a spectacle and the human body as an object for sale, entirely isolated from the woman’s personality.

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