The idea that fashion and beauty photography are projections of the viewer’s imagination onto the canvas of the human body becomes the trigger for the project. The body is sometimes measured graphically, sometimes painted wildly or covered with photographic memories. In the process, the body is constructed only as far as the projection allows. The resulting torso is deliberately reminiscent of Greek statues and leaves room for interpretation.
The image as a reflection of the imagination of the viewer. Thus, the actual image arises only in the mind of the viewer – it must be constructed. The perceived image becomes a mixture of the photographer’s own and the imaginary world and the viewer is involved in the process of creation.