Sigrún Lárusdóttir 

The conceptual piece emerged from pregnancy, birth and the early days of motherhood. A raw, vulnerable, bloody body. Natural, yet taboo.  Discoveries of the swelling strength of the female body are spun together with anticipation and uncertainty. Inspiration from the visual and performance art of feminist artists and pioneers in the 1970s became the basis of the line. The works are empowering. They give woman the freedom to expose herself, and at the same time the power to cover herself. Above all they enable her to take the space that is rightly hers. The boundary between the romantic and the crude is challenged. The outcome is a collection of feminine details which together form a robust and sturdy sculpture.