A Giant, Glowing Uterus Is Coming to the Sunset Strip
A new piece of public art in West Hollywood is coming out swinging. Artist Zoë Buckman’s work Champ depicts a neon uterus with oversized fiberglass boxing gloves in place of ovaries. The symbol of female empowerment will be unveiled Tuesday, February 27—just in time for the start of Women’s History Month—after which it will remain on the corner of Sunset and Sweetzer for one year. Champ isn’t the first piece of Buckman’s work to include feminist themes. She was born in East London, but has lived in New York City for the past 11 years, or as she describes it, “three presidential election cycles.” She recalls that leading up to the 2016 election, she was frustrated and angered by the discourse that related to women’s bodies. She… View Original Post The post A Giant, Glowing Uterus Is Coming to the Sunset Strip appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine .
February 27, 2018 at 06:47PM