photo: Carol Fig
Fleshion navigates through politics and poetics of appearances and discusses the power of visual (aesthetic and poetic) impact in political complexity, the judgment of value and the understanding (or not) of differences within diasporas.
Fleshion combines two words – flesh and fashion – to speak for the intimate relation between fashion and body. Fleshion is an experience beyond gender definitions and can only exists through touch and being touched.
Fleshion is a Sao Paulo-Berlin based platform which discuss body and fashion entanglements and its effects in our ethical skills. Its outcome takes many formats as performances, objects, video, photos, clothing. All designed to stimulate our senses and the manner how we perceive the otherness and ourselves.
“Fleshion are subjects of desire designed for desirable people.”