BY Emma Orlow
on Aug 10, 2012
Masked under hair and everyday objects, is Mitsuko Nagone. But Nagone isn’t just playing hide-and-seek for fun (although it might appear that way). Her self-portrait series, “I Am More Than My Face,” seeks to underscore the dysmorphia of the media generating our identities.
"With this project, I intend to create myself, instead of finding my identity," Nagone states. "People often ask themselves, 'Who am I?' However...the definition of who they are could limit their own possibilities and the infinity of their essences. Read More
BY Casey Krosser
on Nov 21, 2011
Liat Ron's new play, Guts, is an entertaining and brutally honest look at one woman’s struggles with body image. The play tells the story of Hellthy, played by Ron, who's broken up with her boyfriend and left NYC to move back in with her parents in Israel. Hellthy's post-breakup depression consumes her at first--she sleeps all day and ruminates in her negative thoughts. Her insecurities are magnified to gargantuan proportions as she speaks every thought aloud to the audience. Read More