"Wild Women"'s serie shows naked women or/and accompagned by animals.
One of these creatures which is with some of them is in harmony with the femine primitive nature.
The snake, shaped as a symbolic "freudian phallus", is here allied with the wild woman (declared guilty since the genesis for her alliance with the reptile, provocating her desobediance towards a male figure).
One other represents an obstacle to her fulfillment: the coq, symbolising machist man, considering woman as his own property and judging her value on her fertility.
(In this case, the Woman mistreat the beast, rips him apart and eat him alive.)
One of these wild women presents a modificated appearance caused by tortures done in order to match with a tribal ideal of esthetism "Long-necked Wild Woman"
One other inherited of a misperceived characteristic, albinism ("Albinos Wild Woman and snake"), which involves cruel mistreatments in some societies, and an inevitable marginalisation.
Those attributes, those marks, are the witnesses of their instrumentalisation and discrimination which are going to switch on the rage inside the wild woman, and at least her liberation.
Twisted lips, sideways glance, half sickened-half provocative, they become conscious of their condition and the surrounding mediocrity.
By these portraits, I try to show creative and positive feminine essence undermined by degenerate conceptions.
"Wild woman eating a livin' coq" (in progress) shows the emancipation step.
A bloody desoriented coq in one hand, the Woman is holding in the other hand a still feathery teared leg of the living volatile at her mouth. Proud male symbol, chief of the harem, he becomes miserable and castrated.