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This is Not A Doll’s House is the fifth edition of the CAMP Gallery's annual exhibition series, Women Pulling at the Threads of Social Discourse. For this year's exhibition, The Fiber Artists Miami Association (FAMA) & Guests respond to the theme of Henrik Ibsen’s play Doll’s House and the historical connotations of the outdated stereotype "doll", a term historically used to describe compliant yet superficially attractive young women, perpetuating the objectification of women and their experiences.
"This year, we asked artists to explore the ideas of this behavior through the concept of dolls and dollhouses," explains Melanie Prapopoulos, curator of the exhibition. "We aim to shed light on how “the dolls” have always held the capacity of power, but were reduced to objects under the patriarchal purview".
To create an immersive experience, artworks will be suspended from the gallery's ceiling, stand tall on the floor and cover the gallery walls, symbolizing the unity and collective power of women. Visitors will navigate this artistic display of feminine strength, challenging preconceived notions about women's role in society.
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