Sunday, 26 July 2015

We take pleasure in looking


We all know that feeling of gazing and being gazed upon. Through a 16mm-shot, "Notes on the Gaze", Canadian filmmaker Chelsea McMullan asked herself what do women want when they gaze at other women; her question subverting the dominant male gaze of 70s European auteurs such as Godard, Fellini and Antonioni, who's male gaze wanted to possess women.

This is McMullan's conclusion, “I think I want to be other women, to feel what it would be like to change bodies; to have a different hair texture, eye color, or body shape; to see myself through the eyes of another women.”
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