Illustration, Social Practice
2011 - Ongoing
Historically, visual representations of genitals have not included foreskin (prepuce) in the US. This silence has shaped a fundamentally misinformed idea of the prepuce. By creating visually accurate representations of genitals, this project seeks to shed light on both the appearance and function of foreskin on various bodies across the gender spectrum. Viewers have the opportunity to see what, in the Western world and the United States in particular, has been culturally constructed as superfluous skin on some bodies. This ongoing project encourages the normalization of diversity.