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The Womb Happy Hour

The Womb Happy Hour

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March 01st 2017:Connecting to Beauty in Blood with Jen Lewis

Host, Lorraine Giordano, shares womb time with Jen Lewis – internationally recognized conceptual artist and menstrual designer behind Beauty in Blood, a bold art project that confronts social taboos pertaining to menstruation. Since 2012, Lewis has created her menstrual designs using transformative macrophotography and video with her husband, Rob Lewis. Jen will describe how switching from tampons and pads to a menstrual cup changed every facet of her life. The menstrual cup directly led her to seeing menstrual fluid as an art medium; and using visual art to confront menstrual stigma in pop cu

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Jen Lewis

Jen Lewis is the Conceptual Artist and Menstrual Designer behind Beauty in Blood, a bold, transformative macrophotography and video art project that confronts social taboos pertaining to menstruation and the female body. Her work has been displayed in group exhibitions internationally, such as Women at the Contemporary Art Institute of Detroit (United States), Period Pieces at the Urban Artroom (Sweden), the 9th Annual Juried Art Show at The Kinsey Institute (United States) and Art to Change the World at ArtPrize® (United States) and, most recently, the sold-out Nasty Women Exhibition at the Knockdown Center in New York City. Her work can also be seen in The Vagina Dispatches video series
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