Artist Lynn Hurst explores notions of colonisation and feminism in relation to emblematic objects from the domestic sphere. Her practice questions conventional notions of representation, combining trompe l'oeil techniques with a subversive technological approach. Scanned images are digitally sewn together, referencing traditional gender-biased media. Initially, the image appears to be a faithful reproduction; further investigation, however, reveals the points of fragmentation and reconstruction. This serves as a metaphor for Hurst's approach, distorting accepted ideologies to provoke a deeper analysis of our culture.