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Girl’s subjective identity－ Ink painting creation works by Tu Jiun-Jhu
the desire body
Modern girls in the process of forming a self-identity during adolescence interacted with peers, a closely group of sisterhood, who involves the growth of individual and evolution of self-identity. And after she experienced frustration in the relationships with the lover, the self-identity will be wavering between the concepts of sister group and self-search. She started to pursue the way to explore the solution to the attachment of mother, and to find who she is. Thus, recognizing more about the situation of self, finally; being able to reconstruct the individual self-identity. In the search for the girl's self-identification process, compared to the outside world for answers, more of a dive to a deeper self-exploration. Retired state is formed on the surface. She realized that she had values, which is not the same to the women bounded in the social mainstream consciousness, and that self-infatuation for girl is not a trivial or unimportant sin, but there is a sense of control. With the advantages of such a manipulation, viewing each gaze field freely, girl achieved self-performances. In this study, the approach of covering with atomizing implies the authenticity of the subject. In terms of this technique, as a way to dress, girl aim at presenting the desires, and dominate over the field of gaze. Thus, something more lay under the surface, the feminine face of the girl ambiguously intertwined with a strange sense refer to being marginalized, but also projected the girl's self-identity.
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