Greek mythology predominantly served to rationalize the origins, losses, and relationships of Mediterranean civilizations, while showcasing cultural values through extraordinary narrative describing the individual trials of a set cast of gods and demi-gods as they interacted with humanity and the world. The Greek Pantheon is comprised of twelve anthropomorphic divinities, most of whom contributed to the countless numbers of half mortal half divine heroes that wandered the Earth through the ages. No god however, came close to matching the brood of Zeus (Jupiter); a seducer and sire of many, as few resisted the lust of the king of the Olympians. But who were the women that bore the offspring of the thunder god? How did they come to know the husband of a jealous wife? Though the exploits of Zeus and the labours of his children are well known, the women who bridged the gap between Olympian and hero are less so. As such, this exhibition explores the forgotten tales of love, lust, and abduction that fostered second-generation mythology.