Hannah Wilke, S.O.S. — Starification Object Series Hannah Wilke’s 1974 “performalist self-portraits” found the artist transforming her body into a grotesque, satirical statement on feminine beauty. Wilke posed often topless with tiny folds of bubble gum covering her body like blemishes. “I chose gum because it’s the perfect metaphor for the American woman — chew her up, get what you want out of her, throw her out, and pop in a new piece.”
Philippe Découflé / Morceaux Choisis Photo : Critical Dance
Photographer captures portraits of women fighting back against sexism
In short: After the slogans were chosen by each subject, they were shot by Liora in bold black and white
Photo-sculpture : Brno Del Zou
Artist Reference: Ana Mendieta - generate 9 expressive portrait images using perspex or glass. interpret a keyword exploring composition and portrayal.