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“E”: the Virtual Supermodel, 2004
Photographs integrating 3D elements


“e” represents the condition of the contemporary woman in today's postindustrial, technological society. “e” can mutate her face and body, adapting it to coordinate to the style of her clothing, here all the designs of my own creation mixed with those of the most extreme idea-driven designers of contemporary fashion. “e” is beautiful, but she is nevertheless the ultimate fashion victim: her face is so mutable that its transformations render her actually faceless. Converging the potential of bioengineering with the contemporary reality of endless fashion-based marketing cycles, “e” is a metaphor of woman as the ultimate consumer product in a dystopic future world in which the artificial has uneasily crossed the boundary of the real.


“2xe”, wearing dress of water and dress of intestines,
Guggenhiem , 2004
44 in. x 72 in.,
digital print/pigment on Arches watercolor paper,
mounted under plexiglass

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“e” in Rei Kawabubo,
Times Square, 2004
44 in. x 72 in.,
digital print/pigment on Arches watercolor paper,
mounted under plexiglass

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“e” in Viktor and Rolf,
Hudson River Piers, 2004
44 in. x 72 in.,
digital print/pigment on Arches watercolor paper,
mounted under plexiglass

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“3 e” in Warhol Paper Dress,
Empire Plaza, 2004
44 in. x 72 in.,
digital print/pigment on Arches watercolor paper,
mounted under plexiglass

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“2xe” in John Galiano,
Empire Plaza, 2004
44 in. x 72 in.,
digital print/pigment on Arches watercolor paper,
mounted under plexiglass

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