The sexual science of the Kitchen
representations of Australian domesticity
Within the glossy publications of Australian interior design and architectural discourse, the house, the desirable one-off residence ostensibly committed to ‘enduring style’ predominates. Invariably these photographic essays include the kitchen, where ‘smooth fronted, deep cupboards sequentially conceal everything from the stereo system to the espresso machine and toaster.’1
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