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Artist Yolanda Dominguez's "Poses" video project features normal women vamping like models on the street and the bewildered reactions they receive from those passing by. The video, which she says addresses how many women feel about fashion magazines and the models they employ ("absurd, artificial, a hanger to wear dresses and bags") also features two women holding clutches on top of their heads. Have a look at the video after the jump, where one woman lies on the side of the road in a park, only to be prodded by a gardener.
Update: We originally saw this post on The Guardian, who said that the video was shot in New York City. Welp, it wasn't. It happened in Madrid. So New Yorkers, this is what's currently happening in Spain.
· Strike a pose: real women take on the models [Guardian UK]
· Poses [Yolanda Dominguez]