Sometimes I wish I was a man
Andrea recognizes art as the most powerful and effective means of not only expression but of revolutionary change. Her goal is to undertake the challenge of engaging the audience with topics that are sometimes considered taboo, such as sexism, mental health or addictions. Her self-portraits in “Sometimes I wish I was a man” reflect the denial of women's human rights such as control over their own bodies or freedom from discrimination depicted by her performance. Further she illustrates society's expectations on women and its unpleasant outcomes it may cause. Andrea simply tries to raise awareness on human rights and mental health by depicting what some women may experience in everyday life without even sharing with anyone in their life.