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
> 2000-2013 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
Homogenous Babe (detail)
Woven Homogenous Babes (detail)
Homogenous Babe: Dismembered and Decorative (detail)
 
Homogenous Babe: Alternate Assembly (How You Like Me Now)
Homogenous Babe: Outfit and Accessory (detail)
 

1995 HOMOGENEOUS BABES

Despite the many, colourful, Pop-influenced paintings that dominate my
oeuvre
, it's becoming more and more apparent that the core of my
development has been conceptual rather than representational or even
autobiographical (which is how I tended to think of my work when I was
younger). Even in these relatively crude collages, which are among my
earliest works, I am picking at the edges of ideas about how we
appropriate and synthesize experiences from entertainment and
advertising media (instead of real life) to shape our identities –
diminishing individuality and creating social behaviour that is not
dissimilar to children playing dress-up.

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