A 70-year-old friend wrote a haunting haiku about how it feels to be growing older in a youth-obsessed society:
grey streaks, pallid cheeks
she seeks eyes that will see a
This actual-sized, 18" x 32" dress sewn of Japanese silk gampi paper printed with skin textures and lines of poetry investigates how it feels to grow older in a culture that equates youth with beauty and visibility.
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