MEDUSA (2019) consists of 8 plexiglass panels, which combine references to Greek mythology with contemporary images related to #MeToo, refraiming and reclaiming the narrative of a woman who was punished for her own assault by being turned into something monstreous. The paint drips from the panels, mixing the old and the contemporary worlds together. 
MEDUSA is a site-specific exhibition, created for the pillars at the Royal Academy of Art. The see-through plexiglass casts through the pillars’ whiteness, onto which the piece bleeds her bloody reds and watery blues. 
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