By taking the image of a housewife from the 1950’s, playing with her ideological and aesthetic premises, through eight photographs taken at different times of the day, the artist offers confusing, dramatic, sometime frivolous and sentimental scenes of the womanly “drama” set in the ostensibly practical everyday life in which, through the allegory of cookery, she reassesses the complex relationships between the female identity and creativity, nature and culture, the real and the artificial.

Far from prosaic daily life, this kitchen is the space of fantasy and magic, the space in which (suppressed) fears and desires are liberated, the space of worries, concerns, longings, fantasies and creations.