Commerce of Infertility

2013 / 3D

An installation which questions mankind’s ability to keep fertility commerce ethical. This piece does not condemn the progress made in the fertility field, but it does call attention to the enormity of the task we have of keeping records, of creating limits and keeping greed and finances in check, as this is a very lucrative business. Along with the medical advancements come a whole host of emotional, personal and moral implications we have not even anticipated.┬áThere are 400 babies.