Jillian Ross
Women in Horror
Artist's Statement

What can pop culture tell us about ourselves?

Women in horror ask many questions but get few answers. Finding some measure of relatable trials in each character, this is an exhibition rooted in vulnerability. It is a study of rehabilitation, recognition, and self awareness. It is an examination of being female and the subsequent cultural grooming. It is an exploration of limits, failures, and victories. It is a study of pain. 

 

Do you reject or share this pain?