by Kenny Ong in New Art on Friday 27 June 2014

essica Stoller’s porcelain figurines are definitely not of the garden variety your grandma would collect. Her individual pieces deliberately distort idealized girlhood fantasies and aim to expose societal perceptions of virginal weakness and sexual power, Stoller’s work, often erotically or mythically charged, also emphasizes the lack of boundary between female bodies and other opulent adornments related to consumption, thereby addressing and inviting cultural concerns about the control of the feminine body.