Date(s) - 31/01/2020 - 08/02/2020
Images of sex appeal are present more than ever, whether it is someone drinking a smoothie or someone walking the dog or someone doing yoga there are constant sexy poses. We believe that we are liberated just because of our recognition in society and equal rights as women have moved forward and that sexual freedom in images are a sign for celebrating empowerment. Reality is that we have become more repressed, constantly thinking about our self-image, to modify, to clone, to appear as a decoration in the online world.
The meaning of being sexy has lost its aura, if ten years ago it was about going to work or meeting with friends or for a date with a partner and one was celebrating looking sexy as a special occasion, these days we are obsessed caught up in an image covered by filters and body modifying apps which very often completely alter the real us into a celebrity or influencer clone.
Workshop name ‘Living Dolls’
Who are we when no one is looking at us on social media?
Can play, everyday objects and improvised actions help to recreate the staged sexy pose which is often cloned in advertising and social media?
1st February anytime from 15:00 to 20:00
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