In 1995, the Bali-based Seniwati Gallery for Women held a solo exhibition for Murni. In her paintings at the time, she depicted sharp objects like knives, scissors and saws, poised for entrance outside the female vagina. In an interview with Hello Bali, Murni shared that her colleagues were very “angry” at her and asked her why she “hated” her womanhood. However, Murni responded candidly that she used similar items for self-pleasure.

The title Suasana Hati 14 July emphasises not what is being done to her, but rather how she feels about what is being done to her. Once again, Murni not only depicts female sexual pleasure but publicises it, conveying that it is not something to be ashamed about.