Fiona Quill, Slaked my thirst

Quill’s own work examines the matriarchal role in the domestic environment and the fragility, vulnerability and strength of this role and also the habitation of rituals and behaviours it develops and encompasses. She embeds her work with the motif of fabric, primarily net-curtains and lace, these conceal and reveal at the same time. There is sexual and sensual references in using this material. It can be ornamental and practical. She uses bold colours, graphic imagery and irony to challenge herself in the interrogation of this subject matter.

Slaked my thirst
Printed in 2014
Silkscreen and Lithography
30w x 33h cm
Edition of 2
Framed
€190