Inspired by Neosurrealism and Poststructuralist Feminist Theory, WILL OF THE WISP is a sensual and lyrical visual poem, or rather, a series of provocative signifiers 'in conversation'. The work is an uplifting and heartfelt portrait of hope, documenting one woman's journey to overcome childhood assault and reclaim her body, her sexuality and her[self]. Written by
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