These artworks belong to the series titled Karyogram 23, XX. They are the 23 pairs of chromosomes of a woman recreated with trichloroacetic acid and black ink. This chemical is used in the field of medicine to detect and clear areas infected with HPV in the body.
This therapeutic process is also painful when inducing a type of burn. In many actual contexts, women are perceived with a catalog of prohibitions or traces that accompany them throughout their lives. From birth, these conditions become evident at different levels.
Some areas where these brands are found involve gender inequality, regulation through their sexuality, and transmission of infections that have the potential to cause cancer.
Details of the Karyogram 23,XX series
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