A woman talks about how she became self-conscious about feminism. There are things that became unbearable: nude female bodies everywhere, females represented as sensual, beautiful, etc. Another woman talks about how important education is and how people should act to educate the “gaze” in schools.
Speaking about female and male gaze, a woman speaks about her father, who is a real male chauvinist. Maybe both are forced into preconceptions, settings, of what a man should be and what a woman should be. Can a woman have a male gaze on artworks?
A self-representation as a tightrope walker, as a woman who finds all her strength to deal with a lot of difficulties, to keep the balance and be free. Another woman depicts herself without any gaze from the outside: a mix of thoughts and words in a street.
Scattered thoughts, for a deconstructed, untidy self-portrait, with one precise fear. “I could not live if I did not believe that imagination can create new realities”. A happy gaze that can make other people feel comfortable and welcome.
Three people describe their self-portraits and how they would look if no one was watching. One looks at the future, another narrates him-herself as a hedgehog with a tie, and another woman who has fear of the time passing by.