Life Without Baby

Filling the silence in the motherhood discussion

Personal Images of Infertility by Monica Wiesblott August 26, 2010

This image is part of the collection in Monica Wiesblotts’ new exhibit “Barren: Life on Infertile Soil.” Monica is a photographer whose work “examines the quiet reflections of a life without children, in a child-centric world and what it means to navigate daily in those constraints”. She says:

“The inspiration for the show was not only the discovery of my own infertility, but the silence surrounding it. The longstanding stigma of shame has made us a silent tribe of women.”

 

If you find yourself in Southern California this fall, make your way to Ventura to see Monica’s show.

BARREN: life on infertile soil

Personal Images of Infertility by Monica Wiesblott

 

September 30, 2010- October 23rd, 2010

Meet the artist: October 1st, 2010 5-8pm

Artist reception October 9th, 2010 4-6pm

 

Gallery 255

255 South Laurel Street

Ventura CA 93001

 I’m hoping to make it to the show and will report back when I do.

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3 Responses to “Personal Images of Infertility by Monica Wiesblott”

  1. Pop Says:

    Arriveing early and look forward to this most deep and moving subject you are sharing by showing.

    Pop

  2. happynenes Says:

    I’m going to go see this. Very cool.

  3. Mark Evans Says:

    Hi. I am running an art competition in Ottawa Canada called Expressions of Infertility. The purpose of the event is to give expression to the experience of infertility through art and to generate greater awareness and understanding in the general public. While the event ends on October 1, I wonder if this may be of interest to you.

    Please feel free to contact me or visit the blog at http://www.expressionsofinfertility@blogspot.com to find out more.

    Mark Evans


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