The craft of lace making was used by the Catholic Church as a way to create an 'honest living' for destitute women. 

This piece also takes the misrepresentation of Mary Magdelene as a sinful woman, rather than a beloved disciple of Christ and uses the lace as a representation of devotion, cracked and disfigured by lies of religious patriarcy.                                                                                                                                                                                                                         (wood, lace, porcelaine)  

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