Artist wears naked white women as 'trophy scarves,' because art
New York performance artist Nate Hill prepares for a winter stroll by donning a pair of mittens, lacing up his boots, and draping a warm, fashionable white woman around his neck to ward off the snowy chill. Nate has been wearing white women as "trophy scarves" lately, "for status and power." The 36-year-old tortoise-look-a-like travels the homes of various women in his best formal garb, and snaps selfies as their scantily clad bodies drape over his shoulder. Fantastic! He explained his wardrobe choice in a recent interview:
"Well, there are people who see certain races as status symbols, and someone had to comment on that," he said. "I wanted to find another way to come at that. I guess it’s the same kind of satirical, tongue-in-cheek approach that I like to take with things. I like to talk about something serious but do it in a lighter, kind of a goofy way."
While "Trophy Scarves" is definitely a comment on race and status structures, it's also a great way to feel the soft touch of boobs on the back of your neck.
Below are just some of the ways Nate demonstrates how white women can be worn to make social commentaries, as well as how "art" is a great excuse to get a woman to climb onto your shoulders naked and ride you like a pony. Check out Nate's Instagram for more.