In a world where women are judged by appearance, is it possible to visually craft the authorative woman as a blueprint for silent activism?
I went to The Hague (the Washington of the Netherlands) to hang out in cafés and talk with politicians
and measured how seriously people took me before and after I shortened my hair (at hair salon Coup d'État).
My new coup based on the most worn hairstyle of 100 of the most powerful women according to Forbes.
I dressed like a young Angela Merkel, and found the attention finally shifted to my ideas as opposed to 'female perspective'.