Pamphlet bound with tan illustrated wrappers, printed in two colors on Speckletone recycled papers. Book consists of 29 numbered pages of plates of historical gynecological prints with inset panels of text; list of plates on pp.28-29.
"Fanciful historic gynecological representations of women are juxtaposed with a contemporary patient / doctor interview, which reveals the authority a traditionally male medical culture holds in describing and prescribing for an individual body; in this case female. Aspects of the text will be familiar to most women."--Artist's web site.