I Feel Like Purple Today

C-type photography, transparencies, aluminum, fishing-line. Installation, 2006

Media and fashion, science and technology provide further readings towards aesthet- ics and the generally accepted aesthetical- ly correct image, which erases the subjec- tivity of an incorrect human adaptation. A body to experiment, flexible to trans- formation seeking for exposure and approval is repeatedly experienced. Sometimes totally self-contained there- fore stack in the closet and others out in the open and narcissistically exposed. The anorexic look, brand victimization and stylistic attitude of what we feel secure to call vision of improvement re- ject the accessories provided by time and natural growth. All driven by the power of a plastic reality and the ta- boo regarding natural appeal, a ta- boo that has always been ‘in fashion’.

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