This morning, I came across this interesting BBC radio program Women’s Hour discussing the economic impact women and crafting have on their economy. I’m looking forward to listening to other women discuss their experiences.
An interesting article in the New York Times…
I captured an image with my cell phone the other day of a truck stowing naked, headless mannequins around town. Absence of arms, all but one, transparent bodies revealing breasts of both genders. Publicly displayed without faces and an inability to gaze back at the viewer, presents an atmosphere of vulnerability. The male mannequin on view from the waist up, while the omnipresent female mannequins stand surrounded by male mannequins. The transparency of the material allows the sun to shine through the body illuminating the female mannequin.
Wouldn’t this make a great art history paper?
(The image Mannequins belongs to Mary Lou Fall 2014. Please do not use the image without the permission of the photographer. I know I could display my name across the image, but wouldn’t that ruin the meaning of the image?)