MODERN GIRL (2016) Dina Goldstein’s Modern Girl extrapolates upon Dina’s past themes of identity within Western culture. Inspired by advertising posters of 1930’s Shanghai, China, Dina Goldstein’s Modern Girl examines identity, gender roles, diasporic cultures, and global consumerism. By re-imagining iconic Chinese advertisements to critique the beauty, health and wellness industries, Modern Girl investigates how traditional gender roles, and consumer culture, have constructed and used women’s bodies to market and sell products. The ‘Modern Girl’ image first appeared in the West and was notable for its bold sexuality, with scantily clad women selling everything from clothing, soap and cigarettes to army recruitment. Chinese pin up girls also began to appear in magazines and posters. More conservatively dressed in silk cheongsams and smooth chignons, these models nonetheless radiated sensuality. Chinese historians Tani Barlow and Madeleine Yue Dong theorized that this Asian version was an extension of a global phenomenon launched by multinational corporations and disseminated by mass media, whose effect was to emphasize Western imperial dominance.
AN IDEA IN EVERY CHEW
feelings of inadequacy and rejection, extreme sensitivity the exposed to suffering and pain, greater fluctuations in modes and emotional state, failing self esteem, arrogance or supercilious, self deprecation and shyness. You may also experience lack of consideration and find flaws in ideas and people
Modern Girl, IDEA CHEWS, 2016
CONSUMERS HEAD MAY SPIN WITH JOY WHEN ENJOYING THESE DRINKS. ONE MAY WANT TO DANCE AND SING AND EXPRESS HONEST FEELINGS.
Overconsumption may lead to depressive moods, nausea, vomiting,and/or regret. NOT recommended for minors or seniors.
Modern Girl, LUCKY LIQUOR, 2016
Super fruit helps prevent and relieve illness such as cancer and heart disease.
Super fruit can act as anti-inflammatory to reduce pains and soreness.
ADDED ANTIOXIDANTS AND VITAMIN C & E
ADDED VITAMIN D FOR NORTHERN STATES