Phosphorescence is a visual experiment of putting a quintessential ‘feminine’ silhouette on a male.
Would it specifically evoke femininity or would it take on a unique, raw form completely signature to the person donning it? Do clothes come with their own gender stamp or do they have the ability to shatter so-called form norms to blend into the persona of the wearer? Can ‘men’ carry off ‘frilly’ socks without looking ‘feminine’? Red leather gloves without looking ‘foxy’?
Phosphorescence is one of the stories within the ongoing Beatnik series- imagery touching upon the subject of gender neutrality. To view the entire series, please go to the Beatnik page