Lisa Glauer

Skyjacking Across Borders with Toy Guns, 2017
60 x 120 cm
3 layers, backlit, human milk on paper, burnt

Lisa Glauer’s work offers a discourse on the border between masculine & feminine, authority and nature. She uses breast milk to compose her pictures and yet introduces provocative symbols of war and man made design into her landscapes. Part scientist, part political analyst, Glauer brings together her experience as a mother, rebel and observer into her artistic play as she disputes borders of all kinds. This work which is part of the series ‘Skyjacking’ is now on display at The Ballery

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