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Mom Guilt explores the difficult aspects of motherhood. Through this work, I examine the experience of navigating feelings of falling short as a parent, striving to maintain presence despite anxieties and imperfections, and embracing these imperfections as intrinsic parts of the human experience. This body of work highlights the hands as primary agents of care, juxtaposed with the womb space in positions that convey frustration, anxiety, shame, and ambivalence. In a cultural context where articulating negative or complex emotions about motherhood remains a social taboo, this series seeks to create a discourse around these often-silenced experiences.

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