In her series Strip (1999), she slowly reveals her naked body to a series of male curators, art dealers, writers and critics, asking them to release her camera’s shutter through a cable from time to time. The set is her studio, a place that is often considered a site of narcissistic production, and her body is one that fits the idealized version of a female body promoted by the media.
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Of course my work isn’t going in this direction, however it is a starting point to think about how I could create an image like this for my project. Using the studio set-up as the idea, now I’ve got to think about how and what to implement it with.


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