Figures of three women – one shaving her legs, one doing sit-ups and one arranging her hair.
Are women dependent on the feminine image that society created, or do they create the feminine image? The three women figures serve as hangers (in Hebrew the words "hang" and "depend" come from the same root), as a symbol of their dependency on these actions in order to look feminine.
A kite handle that hides the cord inside it. By a loose or firm grip the cord unwinds or is held in place. The part where the cord comes out is set between the fingers holding the handle. The cord is wound up again using a little handle on the side of the kite handle.