Mary Modha's work looks at the performance of femininity - the ambiguities and absurdities of acting as a woman in a world of myths and men. 

Starting with everyday objects - domestic furniture and the paraphernalia of feminine performance - she shapes them into the monsters lurking in our psyche.   Ancient creatures emerging from the depths, hair in all the wrong places, mirrors that reveal rather than reflect.  

The monsters she creates expose and re-appropriate stories about women. Odd, sometimes icky, Mary’s reinterpretations are deliberately ambiguous, Her work is playful and irreverent - making affectionate fun of the feminine performance that society both trivialises and necessitates. There is no right or wrong performance here, only recognition of the performance itself.