The digital exhibition experience Menstruation Project aims to raise awareness around the cycle as a gynecene phenomenon, with a particular focus on artistic explorations of social, cultural and political layers of menstruation (or absence thereof) and the life and lunar rhythms as a whole.
Every month, from menarche to menopause, approximately half of the world’s population goes through a menstrual cycle and yet it remains veiled by discrimination and taboo.
As part of the exhibition on Menstrual Hygiene Day, you can bring the wonderful works of art by Kelly Diepenbrock to your living room.
From the large fine art print to an affordable digital print version, there is something for everyone.
The great thing about the collaboration – with your purchase, you not only support the artist, but also the important water, sanitation and hygiene projects of Viva con Agua.
Kelly Diepenbrock is a Berlin based digital artist and graphic designer. In this series, Cyclical Fantasy 1-3 she weaves together vibrant colors and 3D models of the anatomical process of menstruation to highlight the beauty and mystery of the reproductive body.
- Print MHD: (c) Kelly Diepenbrock