'A Brief History of Girliness', solo presentation at Space in Between, London, 18/03/16 - 23/04/16

n.b. the handrails are set at a height of around 150cm

Seeing people build things

Dealing with one’s completion,

from desk to desk, to doctor’s office, to passenger seat.

Undisciplined alternatives slide out through slip roads and arteries, their heads
fan heaters and their midsections paper mulch, pinned together and seen not
exactly as they are but as the lens through which they are viewed or as their
foregrounded parts.

There were other things I wanted to include, like plug sockets, socks, shoes, self-
esteem, purpose, seborrhoeic build-up, motherhood, hormones, jobs, money,
but these things are set too close, and I am too tired to focus.

Review by Sophie Risner: http://thisistomorrow.info/articles/jennifer-bailey-a-brief-history-of-girliness

The exhibition was generously supported by Arts Council England, Grants for the Arts.