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Blurring the line between the gaudy and beautiful, "Prawn", "Tart" and "Meringue" (2021) are surreal and audaciously-colourful portraits that marry images of food with the human body.
The collages that Cousins has created especially for the project combine fragments of photographic images with blocks of colour and hand drawn elements, humorously de-contextualising the imagery and affording it new meaning: a cooked prawn becomes an eye, a pair of pink meringues are turned into breasts and a cherry Bakewell tart takes the form of a mouth, puckering up and waiting for lipstick tip to be applied. Neither the food nor its use as body parts are always immediately appealing, nor do they always sit comfortably with one another. As with her photographic work, Cousins looks to subvert ideals of perfection and asks questions about what we find beautiful.