Fruit for Feminism
Social media has completely changed the way that people interact with and view art, as well as how artists share their work with the world.
Now more than ever, amateur and professional artists alike can share their art with the masses in entirely new ways, and none is complete without various social media accounts or an entire website to promote their creativity and brand.
But what happens when art becomes so provocative as to test the policy guidelines laid out by social media? Feminist artist Stephanie Sarley found out the hard way that, in an age of unprecedented digital sharing, this progressive app culture can be resistant to even the most abstract depictions of female sexuality.
Find out why this fruit was too hot for Instagram…