Elizabeth Ilsley's art is based around collecting old forgotten pornography images and screen captures from the 1960’s to 1980’s, re-appropriating the sexy image by cropping to the most interesting and forcing the viewer to see what she wants them to see. On top lie witty one-liners and honest nods to her own experiences in life with romance and every day girl problems. Inspired by the works of Richard Prince and Tracey Emin, the work prompts conversation about exploiting to exploited women, and the familiarity of the text and how pornography invades daily life in many ways. Shocking to some, hilarious to the next and sexy to the rest. Ilsley provides a feminist message on forty-two square inch boards from a twenty-two-year-old mind full of regrets and seductive stories to tell.
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