"Painting is not done to decorate apartments. It is an instrument of war.''
Oneslutriot's work depicts the painful injury made by mass media on the human world's environment and behavior. She believes that the whole fashion industry is a massive clowning which the media describes as 'normal' and necessary to follow. Her works portrays our days – where the world has become theatre in an alienated waste land – where nothing is real.
Mass media and the porn industry dictatorship have blocked the way for us to accept and understand normality and reality, especially for women. We learn from our very early days that we will never be 'perfect' no matter how hard we try to replicate contents of adds . Such behaviors lead towards mental illness and the obsessions of daily consumerism.
Now, when the majority of the world population has developed a relationship with technology and are addicted & dependent on it as never before, this weird relationship expands not just to the personal comfort, but to human-object relationships. Oneslutriot talks about how such relationships are powered by ignorance which mass media paved the way for. As a culmination of the problem, advertisement porn has began to transform itself from pop pornography to reality
in the form of sex robots. Females are no longer enough to reach the required standard.
To transfer these issues on to canvas, Onesutriot combines often slightly deformed yet anatomically rich bodies with grotesque poses and juxtaposition. It sinks the viewer into dark mysterious reflective realities, and delivers the feeling of the unknown - the feeling of danger. Her paintings ridicule and highlight the nature of 'superstar' behaviors found in every young girls' social media feed, and raise questions about contemporary standards, as well as empowering women through showing the ‘behind the scenes’ side of the common representation of Her.