Stuffed
Stuffed

Felt, thread, googly eyes, Poly-Fil fiber, and fishing wire

2010

Stuffed was an installation for Jinx Gallery as a part of Ladyfest Bellingham. By recreating the moment of conception through the unexpected form of the plushy, this piece serves as a commentary on the artificiality of compulsive heterosexuality.  

Photo by Kerrie Sumner Murphy

Stuffed
Stuffed

Felt, thread, googly eyes, Poly-Fil fiber, and fishing wire

2010

Stuffed was an installation for Jinx Gallery as a part of Ladyfest Bellingham. By recreating the moment of conception through the unexpected form of the plushy, this piece serves as a commentary on the artificiality of compulsive heterosexuality.  

Photo by Kerrie Sumner Murphy

Stuffed
Stuffed

Felt, thread, googly eyes, Poly-Fil fiber, and fishing wire

2010

Stuffed was an installation for Jinx Gallery as a part of Ladyfest Bellingham. By recreating the moment of conception through the unexpected form of the plushy, this piece serves as a commentary on the artificiality of compulsive heterosexuality.  

Photo by Kerrie Sumner Murphy

Stuffed
Stuffed
Stuffed
Stuffed

Felt, thread, googly eyes, Poly-Fil fiber, and fishing wire

2010

Stuffed was an installation for Jinx Gallery as a part of Ladyfest Bellingham. By recreating the moment of conception through the unexpected form of the plushy, this piece serves as a commentary on the artificiality of compulsive heterosexuality.  

Photo by Kerrie Sumner Murphy

Stuffed

Felt, thread, googly eyes, Poly-Fil fiber, and fishing wire

2010

Stuffed was an installation for Jinx Gallery as a part of Ladyfest Bellingham. By recreating the moment of conception through the unexpected form of the plushy, this piece serves as a commentary on the artificiality of compulsive heterosexuality.  

Photo by Kerrie Sumner Murphy

Stuffed

Felt, thread, googly eyes, Poly-Fil fiber, and fishing wire

2010

Stuffed was an installation for Jinx Gallery as a part of Ladyfest Bellingham. By recreating the moment of conception through the unexpected form of the plushy, this piece serves as a commentary on the artificiality of compulsive heterosexuality.  

Photo by Kerrie Sumner Murphy

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