Living Room is an installation of the project The Sweetheart that examines my relationship to “feminine” happenings through photographic construction, curatorial instillation, and documentation. The photographs in The Sweetheart convey moments of womanhood. Women have historically been viewed as a homemaker, housewife, or " the other," as suggested by Simone de Beauvior. This ultra-domesticated female archetype has lived throughout history and perpetuates outmoded concepts of gender and gender roles. In both The Sweetheart and Living Room, I work through themes of repression and seclusion by examining gendered objects, womanlike representation, and domestic motifs. Living Room brings physicality to a meticulous and carefully curated condition of living.