Yoko Ono And Rose McGowan’s ‘Catman’ Video Is A Feminist Masterpiece

by Gabrielle Diekhoff

Pop culture icon and revolutionary feminist Yoko Ono just released an eye-catching new music video for her song “Catman.” Originally appearing on her 1973 album, Approximately Infinite Universe, the track has been revamped and remixed by indie artist Miike Snow, and the result is arrestingly jarring, as is the visual accompaniment.

Catman Still

Directed by one of our favorite women, Rose McGowan, the video combats issues like ageism and sizeism by featuring dancers of various ages (many of them are over 60) and body types. The solid-color jumpsuits sported by the dancers and McGowan’s use of bold color overlays result in a video that is aesthetically pleasing and fun to watch. Like most of Ono’s work, this video is an inclusive and empowering piece of art.

Watch it here: 

Image via Youtube 

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