The final work does not exactly resemble the proposal. At first, I intended to use cleaning equipment to replace the hairs, so the proposal's image is not exactly what I wanted to follow 100%. The flesh-colored costume was found online. It looked interesting even if it doesn't look like the proposal, which also looks more like an everyday wearable dress, while this is more of a stage sense. In this case, I think the performance better expresses what I wanted than the common dress.
I used the cleaning tool in this costume I found directly at the supermarket; the things I used in this work were almost ready for use. I focused more on presenting the Item than on making or building it. Ready-made objects are more or less like our hair; they are already there. Cleaning tools represent the idea of "do you want to wash the hair, or do you want to remove it?". The hair on your body is something you are ashamed of, and the question that follows is, "will you get rid of this shame, or will you hug it and make it something to be proud of?"
I took photos of this costume in the street and the bathroom, trying to make them like a theater scene, a man washing his hair and showing off his body in the street; the question I asked before comes up with this scene.