One Artist Is Assembling a Nude Army of Women With Mirrors

One Artist Is Assembling a Nude Army of Women With Mirrors

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July 18, 2016

One Artist Is Assembling a Nude Army of Women With Mirrors

Tunick’s latest project, “Everything She Says Means Everything,” took place Sunday morning outside of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio. Spencer Tunick is known for his large-scale art installations which has them featured who are brave enough to let go off their clothes and pose nude in public alongside plenty of strangers.  The installation, which Tunick and his team also documented: featured 100 naked women holding disc-shaped mirrors designed to reflect the knowledge and wisdom of progressive women and the concept of ‘Mother Nature’.

It is true that women body and their actions have been a matter of attention (Taboo) for the world. As the days pass, feminism is gradually digging it’s roots deep though the amount of discrimination every woman has go through is incredible to believe. This Protest was an outrage of many reasons. There were women, standing without their clothes, for one or the other social cause: some avowedly anti-Trump and some more on the spectrum of nudity as liberation or protest in and of itself.
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One woman said, “I’m here because I’m a trans woman and we’re not supposed to like our bodies and I don’t like that. It’s going to be great! I’m very antsy; it’s like Christmas morning.” Whatever the participants’ reasons were for signing up, it sounds like everyone probably had a good time doing it. Sometimes, that’s more than reason enough.

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