A little explanation from the related blog post: More Studies from the Court of Queen Mab:
One of the paradoxes within Shelley’s poem is that Queen Mab vehemently criticises monarchs and the institution of monarchy on several occasions, which seems a bit ironic considering her title. Her own title led me to think about injustice and hierarchy within her court, which is how these images were conceived.
They depict a figure who is a captive, a servant, or a slave. Not reclining and aristocratic, but cowering.
Model’s pronouns: they/them.