The female subject in space, the intimate space,
the personal space,
the social space,
the public space.
Our bodily fluids, water filtered through our bodies, bodily water. Holy water, Sea water.
If you cry in public you must hide it If you sweat in public you must hide it If you breastfeed in public you must hide it
I am analysing this censorship, in regards to social behaviour and proposing that the way we perceive our bodily waters has an immediate connection to how we misuse and relate to the oceans.
The aim is to create a sense of performativity, and introduce the wearer as performer
the garment as script
And our wetness consumes and overwhelms us,
turns into rivers and rain,