Yoshida creates large, color photographs of herself wearing costumes varying in cultural attire to haute couture, regarding the self-portrait as a type of disappearance, protesting the norms of gender. She considers art as “a subtle process of transposition, an assiduous struggle with the state of things; to be there where I think I am not, to disappear where I think I am, that is what matters.
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