Accessing the collective trauma of female illiteracy, “Feast” investigates the personal ignominy and publicized silencing of women. The consumption of the self references the historical lineage of systematically teaching the submission of the female voice. This piece depicts a tradition hemmed onto women in family dynamics, who are continuously censored and the psychological anguish this fabricates. Harkening back to the erasure of female oral history in order to build a Western masculine power dynamic, “Feast” reclaims this lineage through demonstrating a visual self-punishment that is commonly internalized.