A friend photographs art and said this reminded her of me.
It was on display in the Tate
Chicken Knickers 1997
Photograph on paper
image: 426 x 426 mm
on paper, print
Following the Surrealist tradition, Lucas places familiar objects in shocking or unexpected arrangements. Many of these exploit the sexual innuendo that is a key feature of popular British comedy, from Carry On films to Viz magazine. In this photograph, the humour has a troubling edge. Displaying a plucked chicken in place of a young woman''s genitals, Lucas hints at the violation and gender stereotyping that underlies such jokes.(From the display caption September 2004)
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