Overt/Closet/Boudoir
Overt
2010–2011

o·vert [oh-vurt, oh-vurt]
–adjective

1. open to view or knowledge; not concealed or secret: overt sexuality.
2. Heraldry. (of a device, as a purse) represented as open: a purse overt.

[Middle English, from Old French, past participle of ovrir, to open, from Vulgar Latin operire, alteration (influenced by Latin coperire, to cover) of Latin aperire]

Synonyms:
1. plain, manifest, apparent, pubic.

Antonyms:
1. private, concealed.

dictionary.reference.com/browse/overt

Closet
An occasional series
2010–2011

Boudoir
2009
“Historically, the boudoir formed part of the private suite of rooms of a lady, for bathing and dressing, adjacent to her bedchamber, being the female equivalent of the male cabinet. In later periods, the boudoir was used as a private drawing room, and was used for other activities, such as embroidery or entertaining intimate acquaintances.”

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boudoir

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‘Invisible’ London, March 2011
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‘Party blower’ London, April 2009
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‘Unspeakable’ London, June 2011
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‘Acid Queen’ London, December 2009
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‘Goldmine’ London, July 2011
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‘Curling’ Surrey, March 2011
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‘The Girl Who Would Be King’ March, London 2011
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‘Bar Maids’ London, November 2010
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‘Sauce’ London, August 2010
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‘Straw Dog’ The clearing, July 2010
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‘Repose’ London, February 2010
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‘Mistletoe’ London, December 2009