Breaking "Free"
By Chandler


Breaking "Free" combines the concept of both the knowledge our society has to offer, as well as the gender sterotypes that have been asosciated through the gains of such knowledge. For example, on the left side of the box, Tinkerbell, representd the sterotypes of women and knowledge as a whole. This is shown through the illsuion made to Eve from Paradise Lost, both through the natural soroundings with nature and even more obvious through the illusion of the apple. Apple would represent the knowledege women have contributed to soceity. On the other side of the box is a world ruled by technology and advancements.