18 x 13 cm.
November 29 - December 22, 2004
Wallace L. Anderson Gallery, Bridgewater State College
Gilardi’s work is saturated with raw sexual imagery that represents a multi-dimensional reaction to the politics surrounding the conflict in the Middle East. Her frustrations over the media’s political nondisclosure are embodied by the model’s sexuality. This technique gives the audience a pop art accessibility to world issues. Her work is vibrant, alive, and daring.
"Neon Goddess: Danielle Gilardi" (2004). Bridgewater State University Art Exhibits. Item 22.
Available at http://vc.bridgew.edu/bsu_art_shows/22