Fig 1 (above): Mica is half of everything, Jasmina Cininas
Fig 2 (above): Waving to Meret I, Jasmina Cininas
Fig 3 (above): Waving to Meret II by Jasmina Cininas
“The wolf’s history as a construct of the popular psyche more closely parallels the way women have been portrayed throughout the ages. Its classic identities as either the selfless nurturing mother (as in the Jungle Book and Romulus and Remus stories), the diabolical werewolf, and as the ravening man-eater respectively mirror the chaste wife, heretic witch and femme fatale archetypes traditionally reserved for representations of women.” - Jazmina Cininas “The Girlie Werewolf Project: Between the Wolf and the Dog” Catalogue, Impressions on Paper Gallery, 2006.
Fig 1: Mica is half of everything, Jasmina Cininas
Fig 2: Waving to Meret I, Jasmina Cininas
Fig 3 : Waving to Meret II, Jazmina Cininas