It is layers of understanding the diversity of her mind that is the underlying effect of optimism and certainty.
This specific sculpture was made of polychrome polyester, and it has very light vibrant colors. The statue is wearing a yellow dress with roses, gold leggings, red stilettos, patterned shirt, and an extreme small head within.
I can imagine meanings of this sculpture beyond anything I could possibly comprehend, but then again the research specifies my view. I feel free to speak about her experience to express how the female role was and is through her art.
The sculpture seen is baptized Nana, or nanas (in plural) which means chick, girl, or babe in French, and it is said that our artist was inspired by her friend’s pregnancy to produce these biological metaphysical figures. Most of her work is rather abstract as to forms, so easily observed forms.
This specific sculpture, I would like to interpret myself without any help from outside sources. I believe that this sculpture is showing the social norm to how a woman is perceived. The social norm around large breast and back has been the over generalized stigma for many years.
In the Middle East, you are considered a rich woman if you are light skinned and thick, and poor if dark skinned and skinny. That goes along for many cultures in the world, and it is considerably disturbing to think about a specific way to look (body form) to be socially accepted or neglected, but back to the sculpture, I feel like it is creating the illusion of protest to society, because of the size of the head. I feel like the emphasis is put to the body, and it is saying that: See! See, how much you magnified and adored a simple body (Being the BIG part, body), whereas you forgot who I really am, and what I really stand for and believe in (being the little part, head).
There is a great interplay with cause & effect, positive & negative, pros & cons. This sculpture is open for a lot of interpretation on many different spectra.
In the end, I would like to include some images of her most famous work with paraphrases, because it is something that is definitely food for thought to understand the artist.