This body of work serves as an exploration of female sexuality and questions the distinction between female exposure as exploitative versus empowering. Utilizing mostly contour line and flat planes to describe bodily forms reduces women to objectified parts or glorifies their unique sexuality depending on the viewer’s perspective. Rather than emphasizing a particular interpretation of these forms, the pieces simply reflect the modern woman’s dilemma of how to address her own sexuality in a confusing context where sexual symbols lurk everywhere. We are faced constantly with commercialized, exaggerated, and idealized presentations of women’s bodies and behaviors. These illusions cloud our perception, yet their inescapability forces us to struggle with deciphering reality.