We continue to tell about decent social media accounts through which the whole world can be viewed.
Social networks are an ideal platform for constructing your public image and editing reality, or even creating an alternative one. As sociologists point out, this can have both disadvantages and advantages. For example, this feature is taken into circulation by artists, for whom an Instagram account becomes at the same time a gallery, a tool and an art project. 28-year-old Californian artist Michelle Bision uses three Instagram whales - vivid visuals, selfies and cats - to tell a never-ending story of physicality, self-perception and beauty in the eyes of the beholder.
The main technique that Michelle uses is reflections: by fragmenting objects, the artist places them and herself in an atypical context (in a frame in the shape of a heart or candy flowers). This is how her portrait is formed from fragments and unexpected angles, but not only - in her mirrors, in fact, all of us are reflected. “I use mirrors because they give you the opportunity to look at things from many points of view, and I think you need to always remember how important this is,” explains Michelle. She also emphasizes that the delicate pastel colors that are part of her author's style (this is usually called "girlish"), and the study of her femininity do not contradict feminism in any way: “You can be a feminist and a feminist. Feminism is a fight for equality, not for what colors or clothes you should prefer. " Gold words. Well, and secondly, it's beautiful.