Malediction - Ann HamiltonAnn Hamilton made social comments without saying a word. In ‘Malediction’ (1992), a woman repeatedly tore a piece of bread dough from a large bowl, bit it, pressed it into her palette with her fingers, and then set it down in a pile of hundreds of others in a large wicker coffer. She sat facing a wall heaped to the ceiling with laundered sheets. It was a disturbing testament to women’s silent history.
Malediction - Ann Hamilton