Sue Tilley Benefits Supervisor Sleeping Realness

2. A watercolour painting with a dark blue, purple, pink, and brown colour palette. A nude person lays on their side across a purple lounge with their hair in a bun and lips tightly pursed. Their eyes are shut and their head rests on the lounge’s arm. Their knees slightly bend with their toes tucked into the lounge's corner. One hand rests on the top of the lounge, while the other cups one of their breasts from beneath their body.

To be painted, rather than painting. To be the object, rather than the subject-object. To stop losing myself, my mind-body betraying itself, in this ever-fuglier hall of mirrors. Forever chasing my tail, my big fat rump.

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