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Canadian artist JJ Levine’s new photo series Alone Time looks at how gender is constructed. Each photo features only one model, performing as two genders.

“By doubling a single body within one frame, I celebrate the human capacity for gender fluidity and call into question the idea of authenticity of gender… Although this specific series is digitally collaged, it is important to note that no gender traits are altered or digitally manipulated — I make my models convincingly ‘pass’ as both male and female using makeup, costume, and gesture and no other means, thus defying the gender binary imperative.”

JJ Levine, Beautiful Photo Series Explores How One Person Can Take on Two Genders

— 6 months ago with 155 notes
#gender  #gender roles  #art  #feminism  #sociology 
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