#TheDinnerParty "Judy Chicago. Place settings" This shows the vaginal shaped place settings but honestly doesn't even do it justice compared to the real thing. Though it's neat to at least get a feel for the place settings.
The Dinner Party (Emily Dickinson Plate - 1974-9, by Judy Chicago. Porcelain (or possibly stoneware), overglaze enamel (China paint), and possible additional paint, 14 1/2 x 14 3/16 x 2 in. (36.8 c 36 x 5.1 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Gift of the Elizabeth A. Sackler Foundation,
"Menstruation Bathroom", Judy Chicago, 1972 Chicago described her room as “very very white and clean and deodorized — deodorized except for the blood, the only thing that cannot be covered up. However we feel about our own menstruation is how we feel about seeing its image in front of us.”