A Bright, Shiny, Fabricated Family Life: Mothers, Sons, and Daughters in the Work of Mako Idemitsu
"A Bright, Shiny, Fabricated Family Life" is an essay exploring notions of the home, the family unit, and the gender roles within the works of Mako Idemitsu."She [Idemitsu] depicts the home as a place which trains people into male or female roles in family environments based on a strict sexual division of labour" (1). Idemitsu also uses a television set to show images of the history of the family.
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ITEM 2010.010 – available for viewing in the Research Centre
Videos, Artworks and Artists Cited
The Marriage of Yasushi – Mako Idemitsu
Yoji, What's Wrong with You – Mako Idemitsu
The Great Mother – Mako Idemitsu
Yumiko – Mako Idemitsu
Kae, Act Like a Girl – Mako Idemitsu
Kiyoko's Situation – Mako Idemitsu