Just got the book in the mail today.
From the introduction:
"Hence the 'womb' as an imaginary space is the subject of this book. It can represent interiors and exteriors, beginnings and endings, confinement or expansion – in other words, a range of spatial and temporal coordinates whose precise nature depends on the viewer's gaze; as well as on the perspective of whoever imagines being 'inside' or 'outside' of this malleable metaphorical territory."
This is gonna be good.