On trashprint, trendy design & male gaze
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While voodling about at the recent presentation of Trashprint's fine new T-shirt, Sam Renseiw mused about the nature of male gaze, a feminist topic from the 70's[still] re-surfacing on some blogs. The male gaze certainly represents a problem to many. In some cultures this is solved by making women wear a burqa. In other cultures, even women develop yet stranger gazes on men, cultivating oblique standard operating procedure(s). The new T's from Trashprint - designed for Amnesty - with the slogan " People Are Not Trash", remind you to treat your fellow human with courtesy, respect and compassion, no matter the circumstances. View the montaged cut-up footage with Triotrash sound by clicking here or on the links above. (patafilm # 603, 02'05'', 11.4Mb, Quicktime/mov - other versions at Blip.tv)
Today's Bonus Lumiere Video also features under-the-counter-male-gaze-footage. (Lum #119 "the amnesty T-shirt models" 00'52'',3.9MB, Quicktime/mov). Other's Lumieres at the fine Lumiere site.
Today's Patalab Metaphor Video replay-supplement features further footage from inside the same space as today's voodle.(patafilm # 498, 02'47''[18.09.2007 post], 15.4MB, Quicktime/mov.)