A couple of weeks ago I asked Sarah Misselbrook if she has a photo of herself with her shaved head that I could use.
From this, came the following idea:
For almost a week we have been exchanging messages at approximately 8.00 every morning – just a couple – echoing, diffracting, multiplying, inspiring.
New work on show at Winchester Gallery
Featuring conversational poetry
between Maija Liepins and Sarah Misselbrook
[17:01, 11/20/2019] maija:
Rapunzle: I shaved my head to communicate that I didn’t need saving
Sarah: I shaved my head as an act of rebellion. To shed or rid myself of a traditionally ‘feminine’ attribute in order to avoid the prescription of beautification and adornment.