Hazel Dooney
> 2013 TEN DICTA FOR YOUNG WOMEN WHO ARE ARTISTS
> 2012 KILL/JOY
> 2012 VENUS IN HELL REDUX
> 2011 THE FLESH EATERS
> 2011-2012 PORTRAITS
> 2010-2013 BIG PIN-UPS
> 2010 AMANDA PALMER ALBUM
> 2009 THE IF... STENCILS
> 2009 YES/NO STENCILS
> 2009 PRECIOUS BLOOD
> 2008-2012 DANGEROUS CAREER BABES
> 2008 COWBOY BABES
> 2007-2008 KELLY AND LIN
> 2006 VENUS IN HELL
> 2006 OTHER WORKS ON PAPER
> 2006 GRIFFITH REVIEW COVER
> 2005 STYLE SESSIONS NYC
> 2004 SELF VS SELF
> 2004 NATIONAL WORKS ON PAPER
> 2001-2005 LAKE EYRE
> 2001 STRATEGIES FOR SURVIVAL
> 2001 TOO MUCH NEVER ENOUGH
> 2001 SLIGHTLY INDECENT
> 2001 READY SET GO!
> 2000-2012 SPORTS CAREER BABES
> 2000-2014 CAREER BABES
> 2000 FILM STILLS
> 2000 POLA AUTO-EROTICA
> 1999 ACCOUTREMENTS OF DESIRE
> 1999 OTHER WORKS
> 1998 ULTRA VIOLET ONE
> 1998 FASHION TARGETS BREAST CANCER
> 1998 OTHER WORKS
> 1997 STREET ART
> 1997 HAZED (FIRST EXHIBITION)
> 1996 EARLY PAINTING
> 1995 HOMOGENEOUS BABES
Sports Career Babe: The Basketballer (detail)
Sports Career Babe: The Baseballer (detail)
Sports Career Babe: The Tennis Player (detail)
 
Sports Career Babe: The Climber (detail)
Sports Career Babe: The Boxer (detail)
Sports Career Babe: The Cricketer (detail)

2000-2012 SPORTS CAREER BABES

Inspired by the way post-feminist women had subverted idealised, sexually
objectifying mass media and advertising images of femininity in order to
compete and succeed in contemporary society, Career Babes and Sports
Career Babes
defined many of the social, political and sexual themes that
still run through my work. Now and again, over the past decade, I have
revisited the series to re-examine its central themes and to review my
feelings about them. The original Career Babe series was a reaction to the
Girl Power movement of the late '80s and early '90s, with its slogan, Girls
Can Do Anything
(later appropriated by Mattel when they re-launched the
Barbie doll).

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