0203 Do females still like flowers or do I have to sword fight them in the woods under a full moon? 

Group show Ana Delgado, Annika Sunne, Anusha Jean Ramesh, Joley Lorenzen, Julia Cella, Marina Bethains

In our quest for answers, we do not gaze into an oracle; instead, we forge our own path, extract ourselves from the weeds, and reach out a blind hand for the sake of self-sovereignty. Artists Ana Delgado, Anusha Jean Ramesh, Annika Sunne, Joely Lorenzen, Julia Cella, and Marina Bethanis form the collective exhibition “Do females still like flowers or do I have to sword fight them in the woods under a full moon?” inviting us into a realm of contemporary ritual and contrasting aesthetic. In the gap exists a domain where tradition is sculpted by impulse, and opposition thrives in both material and concept. Water meets the land, soft becomes hard, and rigidity melts away.

For the first time this year the water is not cold enough to push you out, and a barrier on the soles of your feet create space between yourself and what’s below. A fly is advancing and so is it’s shadow. If the light doesn’t reveal it’s source this could seem festive. We will take the light, the fly, the shadow, and the calluses. All is fitting.

This selected group of artist and their works was curated by Kirra Kusy. 

Ana Delgado
Air duct, sheet, plastic containers 140x170x35 cm


Ana Delgado (Granada, Spain, 2001) is a multidisciplinary artist. Graduated in Classical Dance
from the Reina Sofia Professional Conservatory of Granada and in Fine Arts from the University of Granada. She has spent her whole life observing. Due to the atrophied sense of smell from birth, touch has replaced smell, and now if she does not touch-taste it, she does not understand it. During the last few years she has been investigating self- perception, identity, bodies, and how they are linked to/in space through techniques such as video-performance, automatic writing, photography or sculpture. Currently her work is focused on collecting the drifts of an auto-ethnography of desire and envelopment.

Somatizarme en las cosas, que las cosas me empaticen...

"Through my artistic practice I try to translate the psychic into the material. By proposing from the material, narratives that give rise to new forms from which to understand our bodies, how they affect and are affected, apprehending matter, not as what it is (meaning), but from how it is perceived (sense). Helps to decipher the thing itself and the body that perceives it. My production is articulated around the sculptural and installation language, where through a process of emotionalization of the material and gesture I generate pieces that are wrapped, assembled, penetrate and socialize in the shared space".

Find out more about Ana’s work here. 

Como una nevera repleta de carne con la electricidad cortada
Ana Delgado
Pipe, stocking, sheet, fiberglass, stone
65x100x30 cm

You promised I would never be alone
Annika Sunne
Diamond point hand engraving on old glass showcase door. 93x43cm
Barcelona, 2024


Annika Sunne (They-She), trans non-binary artist and designer born in Mexico City on April 29th, 1998, to a witch mother and a taxi driver father, currently based in Barcelona.

Their work explores themes such as gender, love, and childhood through three-dimensional and collage techniques while advocating for the inclusion of neurodivergent and transgender individuals in contemporary art. Using mediums like textile, metal, and instant photography, they challenge traditional boundaries between art and design, fostering dialogue and representation within the artistic community.

Find more about Annikas work here.

SUNNE (Self Portrait)
Annika Sunne
Collage, Lace, passport photograph, baroque pearl, beeswax, piercing, silk organza and steel chain on canvas.
20x10cm aprox.
México City, 2023

Annika Sunne
Collage, Stolen Knife, Sylvanian Family, sea stone, DNI photo, oil pastel, sticker from a goodbye letter, steel wire and black gesso on wood. 38x61x3cm
Barcelona, 2024

Six Feet Under Is the Home of My Hair
Julia Cella
Mixed Media on Canvas 130cmx163cm


Julia Cella (b. 1998) is a multimedia artist and storyteller born in Boston and currently based in Barcelona. Her works consider themes of identity, the physicality of the body vs. place, and queerness, which she explores through the construction of fictional fantasies.

This work illustrates the creation and building of a fantastical, sacred, utopic, and queer island. On the left, the character knits together memories of the future to birth a feathered swamp: the island's sacred water source. On the right the second character dances
with memories, stories & fairytales of the past, molding histories into substances to conceive the land of the island.

Find more of Julias work here.

La Flora y La Fauna de La Isla Encantada
Julia Cella
Mixed Media on Canvas Series (x 15)

Marina Bethanis
Thread, fabric, needles


Through her craft, Marina Bethanis (Brasil, 1995) threads way through the devouring, digesting, and re-hatching processes that form memory and illusion, and how those intertwine with language in their constructions, contributing to the cultivation of the other. The explorations are made mostly through the mediums of (string) sculptures, audiovisual, painting and sewing.

swallowed down 10 rotten eggs through
alchemical dissolution reeling my words
there is no space to unbathe
wholly to the germ

The cross-stitch piece depicts the sword dance of two cigarettes and speaks to the erosive habits nurtured by not asserting a right to refuse.

Anusha Jean Ramesh
6-minute video


Anusha Jean Ramesh is an interdisciplinary artist searching through themes of the body, displacement and heritage. Their practice fuses the observation of what lies in-between personal polarity.

my vision was embroidered in a raging violet rushing through black ribbon and silver strings i licked my left hand as i stared into an obelisk that lay upon a blade of egg yolks in the sky it tasted like salt water.

leathered angels
pierced saints
highfield road
courtney love
rock salt
maricas N101

Bisex Death Caps
Joley Lorenzen
Tempered glass, cantoneras azules 2024

Does the future offspring have a higher likelihood of mutating back to the ??? We don’t have any data on that. Carrying two different kind of mating type genes, it’s no surprise they can do sexual reproduction by themselves.


Joely Lorenzen (USA, 1997) works with sculpture, sound, writing, installation, video and performance. Her work situates itself somewhere in the mix with the politics of sex, care, god, and play.

Mistress Understudy
Video (9:23)

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