10x10x3.5cm / 4x4x1 1/16" each
"The work Good Girl Bad Girl which seems like a catchy and funny piece at first, really just uses the codes of marketing present in our society to denounce the dichotomy imposed on women. The words “good girl” or “bad girl” could be seen on trendy shirts these days and they convey a flirty or sexy image of their wearer. But in reality, on top of reducing women to basic sex objects, these are the only two (reductive) categories women can fit in depending on whether or not they follow the rules of society imposed by men. Even now in the 21st century it feels as if women’s life choices were dictated by the way they could be perceived by the rest of society. One is a “good” girl if she chooses to stay home and take care of her family, but she is also a “bad” girl because she did not choose to have a professional career. The same goes for the one who has a career. The one who dresses well is seen as a “good” girl, but she will probably be a “bad” girl if she ends up being harrassed because she “asked for it.” It feels as if any stand a woman could take she would always be blamed for it, even if it is something that society drives them to do. In this work I am clearly denouncing the kind of pervasive unspoken rules that are still imposed on women nowadays."