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We are trying to make the connection, Demerson said. Africans brought along knowledge and skills that were new to the Americas. That knowledge is not always acknowledged or fully articulated, he said. Francois Claytor, curator of the show and publicist, said several events and a play have been scheduled around the Demerson exhibit to talk about the cultural impact of the African diaspora in the Americas that include architecture, hair, fashion and science. The week before, Onwubiko Agozino from Virginia Tech gave a lecture on African Art and the Motif of African Fractals, that organizers said was well received. A fractal is a mathematical pattern that displays self similarity. Examples of it, just like the hairstyles, can be found on several of the exhibits displays.
The beehive, the bob and the Beatles-style mop top all helped to make the era a cut above the rest. A third of people in a survey put the Sixties in Number 1 spot, while Marilyn Monroe’s blonde locks and the quiffs sported by Elvis Presley and James Dean took the 1950s into second place with 27 per cent of the vote, the Daily Express reported. As for the 1980s, famed for the mullet, the backcomb and the tight perm, it’s clearly the decade the hair-conscious would rather forget, polling only one per cent. In sweater dresses contrast, it is Audrey Hepburn’s iconic beehive, Twiggy’s pixie cut, Mary Quant’s Vidal Sassoon bob and the floppy rock star look from half a century ago which have captured the nation’s hearts. Jennifer Aniston’s “Rachel from Friends” hairdo helped put the 1990s in third place in the NetVoucherCodes poll, followed by the 1970s epitomised by Farrah Fawcett’s “flick”. The year 2000 saw the rise of “chav” hairstyles such as the Croydon Facelift, which made that decade – second only to the 1980s as the worst for hair in recent times.
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