My eyes moved from the top down, eventually focusing on the bottom two images. It was a little more difficult to discern the purpose of the last two images, and thus, I spent more time on them.
This is collage portrait of various artifacts geared towards women.
The toxic women. I believe this image conveys how women's bodies are fashioned as a canvas board for companies to market toxic items to as a form of beauty and health.
This image combines a variety of material artifacts geared towards women to show us the ways in which women are exposed to toxicity. In doing so, it also uncovers the hegemonic discourses that hide toxicity in the products women use on a daily basis.
These images are very much geared towards women and the exposures they are pressured into on a daily basis. Whether through arts and crafts, coooking, or make-up, women's bodies are a vessel for toxic chemicals.
These images brings to light the societal pressures women have to apply make-up, and thus, creating a "toxic face". The bottom image is indicative of the toxins that people put into their bodies everyday through what they eat. These images show how miniscule exposures to toxins contribute to "total body burden" of toxins.