Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Is Clothing Text?



As per some of your requests, here is my piece on Clothing as Text.
Feedback is welcome.
Enjoy.
Pictured here: One of my favorite artists while visiting in Europe.

graph per torsten hempelt

14 comments:

Nicki said...

Ok, this will make you roll your eyes now, but I really appreciate how you bring big concepts into the smaller picture. Such a Humanities-oriented piece!
This manufactured consent... A good way to give a tip of the hat to your Chomsky.
Thanks. I enjoyed.

Nicki said...

Is the last bit Stereophonics?

Nicki said...

And lastly, this picture is so Germany.... I like.

JJ said...

Thanks. I'll use this.

Erik said...

Are you going to have these episodes on iTunes, btw?

Erik said...

And this picture is beautiful.
So European, so new, and the Nutella... Meine Guete!

Tina said...

... a book worth reading... Clothing does speak for us when we don't or don't choose to.

dieter said...

I agree. This is a cool pic. I esp. like this audio bit. Clothing represents essential things as much as any text of relevance out there. thx

dana said...

I really enjoy these pieces. thx. And, just in case I hadn't already intimated this, I now say things like 'wow, how do you gender this or that?' :)

Mary said...

This looks like the right pic to use for your piece. kewl!

B.R. said...

Yes, it's Stereophonics.
Yes, we'll try to have the new podcast series on iTunes.

Sra said...

Thanks for this, I love these pieces. I think this one is my favorite so far. I totally get it.

It brought back visions of my mother wrestling my 4 or 5 year old whining and wriggling self into a pretty little dress, which is something I have never felt comfortable in. My mom so wanted a little girl, and instead she got a little tomboy. (Sorry, ma, that's just the way I am.)

Mar said...

Every getup is text, and a genderable one at that.
Today I have torn Diesel's with an A. Taylor top.

Mar said...

And I agree. This piece did bring back stuff from the past.
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