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Meet Helen Chadwick

Helen Chadwick (1953 – March 15, 1996) was a British conceptual artist.  Chadwick has often been identified as a feminist, with several of her works addressing the role and image of woman in society. Her work often reflected her sometimes uneasy relationship with her own body, using organic materials, such as meat, flowers and chocolate. She is perhaps most famous for Piss Flowers (1991–92), bronze sculptures cast from cavities made when urinating in the snow by both Helen Chadwick and her husband David Notarius.

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