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Watching Others Watching You

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Nicole Lewey

on 12 November 2012

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By: Nicole Lewey, Sara Rodgers, and Nicole Vickers Watching Others Watching You Week One: Fancy-pants Project Explained The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Attitudes
How others reacted
Nicole V's random guy
Steve's "schoolteacher" comment Why we chose topic
Wanted to explore the way in which we use our clothing to create an identity for ourselves
We wanted to do this in a creative way
What we did
Dress up one week, dress down the next week
Rules for each week
Observations and personal reflections
Expectations going in Rules: Wear a dress at all times
Must wear make-up
Must style hair
Must wear nice shoes
Must shave your legs Pictures and Reactions Personal Reflections More energetic
Good mood More confidence
More energy Felt good
Bad week made better Week Two: Grungy Girls Rules: Pictures and Reactions Personal Reflections Felt lethargic
Slow-paced Felt unclean
Tired Felt tired
Didn't like how I looked
Cared less about diet Connections "Ways of Seeing," by John Berger “women appear"
“a women’s presence expresses her own attitude to herself, and defines what can and cannot be done to her… Presence for a woman is so intrinsic to her person that men tend to think of it as an almost physical emanation, a kind of heat or smell or aura.”
“A woman must continually watch herself. She is almost continually accompanied by her own image of herself… From earliest childhood she has been taught and persuaded to survey herself continually.” "The Cult You're In," by Kalle Lasn clothing is a uniform in our society
we all feel compelled to dress a certain way so that society will accept us and value us as people
"We wear uniforms-not white robes but, let' s say, Tommy Hilfiger jackets or Air-walk sneakers." Fin Only wear sweats, no jeans
Only wear comfortable shoes
Can't brush your hair, can put it up
No make-up
No shaving
We were allowed to shower :)
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