Sexual Missed Encounters Become Miniature Porcelain Sculptures

Annie Attridge's sculptures go at it in raunchy scenes full of regret for what might have been.

by Gabrielle Bruney
20 February 2016, 5:00pm

All images courtesy of the artist 

That we only regret the chances we don't take is a cliché, but it's true. Every one of us is dogged by fantasies of what might have been if only we'd just gone for what we wanted. Artist Annie Attridge's exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art, London, Should of Could of Would of, brings to life fantasies of sexual missed opportunities in miniature porcelain sculpture. The sculptures depict women with scribbled faces and fantastically bulbous breasts having sex in a variety of positions, and each is displayed atop a concrete plinth, quite literally putting these daydreams of missed encounters on a pedestal. Anyone's who's ever caught the eye of someone on the subway, only to kick themselves later for not having the guts to make a move can relate to these works, and perhaps in viewing Attridge's Should of Could of Would ofs, find catharsis of their own. 

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