“Mother and Child” series in contemporary culture provides a stage for the pursuit of a more profound women-reflection and social communication, contributes to artistic interactions, blending mirror reflection, contemplative, iconic, and influential depictions of merging into today’s artistic and social cultures. It re-examines and re-evaluates the time in the past, moving it toward a new generational era and context. Its creativity and artistic expression are to be reflective and valued in context as the “Mother and Child” series voice and impact current gender development.
Family identity, today, has become an inspirational, explorative, and intellectual effort, and dimensional thinking of combinations that portray a new ideological representation, exposing the symbolic, philosophical, ideological, and aesthetic forces that extend and reach beyond the boundaries of artistic expression. It also reflects and demonstrates how changing circumstances and moving forward to a wider field for gender’s voice and family education within our society.
The “Mother and Child” series is an interactive and inspirational commitment to social growth and matrilineal family education that captures the sensibility and understanding of the human and artistic world at large. It illustrates the reshaping of emotional and psychological connections into a physical statement that redefines modernism and its visual language, using material in an interdisciplinary way. It embodies feminist strength and power, creative expression, critical thinking, and intellectual aesthetic. The “Mother and Child” series is a natural driving force and expression for the world to connect response-ability to both the arts and the world communities. It encourages us to educate and to open ourselves with humility to the discovery and shape of our social and artistic values.
The “Mother and Child” series shares a new understanding of women’s identities and their role and importance in family, societal, cultural, and historical developments and influences, and the current time in which we live. It challenges and endorses our boundaries and connections within the rich history of gender roles, family values, and influence in our global society.