This art piece, titled “Matriarch” by artist Andrea Hasler is made from sculpted fiberglass covered with wax, leather and blood details that look like human intestines, tissues and skin.

The London-based artist created this in response to the Women’s Peace Camp in Berkshire, England, which was made famous when 30,000 women joined hands around an American airbase to protest nuclear weapons being held there. The artist explains that “Metaphorically, I am taking the notion of the tents which were on site during the Women’s Peace Camp, as the container for emotions, and ‘humanise’ these elements to create emotional surfaces.”

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