I have looked at Tracey Emin from time to time and have returned again to look at her installation works for which I personally think she is most famous for. Above are two examples of Tracey’s work, the first being My Bed which is Tracey’s bed exactly as she left it after a bout of depression. In it, clearly visible, are soiled under-garments, used condoms, cigarette ends and packets. The other work is called “Everyone I have Ever Slept With” and is contained in a tent. It lists all the people she has slept with (from the title you would assume that it is referencing “sleeping with” as a sexual term but it is meant as it is, people she has fallen asleep with.). Both of Tracey’s works are of a personal nature and share with complete strangers sometimes what we would not even share with our close friends. Tracey seems to have no embarrassment to show her bed in the state it is in or share intimate details of people she has slept with. I like Tracey’s work, it is raw and un-apologising, showing that Tracey is just like one of us, her faults on show for us all to see. maybe she wants us to judge her, or be shocked but as a viewer of her work I can’t help but like her.