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naomi okubo, inconsciencias personales



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Dice la reconocida artista japonesa, Naomi Okubo que siempre se ha preocupado por las apariencias. También sobre cómo su trabajo plasma sus ideas sobre sus problemas e inconsciencias que surgen de sus experiencias personales. Estas ideas provienen de un complejo de inferioridad y de sus experiencias en la adolescencia. Y explica: “As an adolescent, everyone starts to care about how other people think of their appearances. In my personal experiences, when I changed my own image, people changed their attitude toward me. They started to concern me, and our relationship became better. I also realized the power of fashion and the fear of other’s watchful eyes. I have been interested in appearances ever since. In Tokyo, Japan, where I live, and in other developed nations, mass media provides us not only with images of created appearances, but also images of lifestyles and ways of spending our time. We admire these images, and adopt them to create our own images, but we are overly exposed and consume these images so much, that we become confused about what is real and what is contrived. The consequence is that we become addicted to them. Although it seems like a personal issue, it is connected to greater problems and inconsistencies in society.”

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