Thinking about how could jewellery effect body movement
alissia-melka-teichroew Again, weakening the specific symbol of each gender, it could be male or female, but it really does;t matter, because what matters is who you are rather than who you looks like you are.
She got a lot of interesting images about black male and female. I just found her so I want to put it here to remember, but her work might doesn't have many connections to masculinity.
Tis is also what Marion and I talked, about hiding one's gender by covering face or other part of body in order to achieve the concept of being equal and weaken the symbol of each gender.
NICHOLAS ALAN COPE & DUSTIN EDWARD ARNOLD
It's interesting to see a man wearing a women's wedding ring. I think it may could be my design point, that let man wears women's stuff like garment or something that people think are specific for women.
80s Vivenne Westwood
Artist ISSHEHUNGRY. Make up is already a quite mature wy of people "hiding" their face. I think it's conceptually same with people who are hiding or pretending their masculinity.
Lygia Clark What I like about this piece is I think it's challenging how we communicate. It provides a privacy of communication by eyes, but it's also about observing each other's eyes. What can men and women see form each other?
It would be interesting if wearer are a man and a woman. What it could b? It could be couple communicating with each other without speaking. For example, different roles they plays at home, or giving each other different pressures by playing different roles?