Camille Goujon ‘Liliputh’, ‘Mac Adam’

Her installations interpret the traditional comparison of the female body to Mother Earth and the source of life. Her work is an ironic allegory of this view, weaving together references to Freudian ideas, feminism, ecology and pagan mythology, as well as the symbols of popular culture.

Camille Goujon (1977) is a French artist working across a range of mediums – sculpture, installation, photography, animation and video. The pop art elements of her stylistic approach often overlap with surrealism-instilled figurativeness.