This ongoing project captures the profound impact of distorted self-image on individuals. Through this exhibition, the artist aims to create awareness and empathy for those who struggle with Body Dysmorphic Disorder.
Using acrylic glass and water to bend light, the photographs in this series appear to be in a constant state of flux, mirroring the unpredictable nature of body dysmorphia.
The images are printed on high-quality luster fine art photo paper, ranging in size from the largest at 44x33 inches to the smallest at 24x36 inches, allowing viewers to fully immerse themselves in the details and emotions captured in each piece.
The display showcases a selection of images from the series, each highlighting the complexities of body dysmorphia and its impact on one's self-image. The distorted reflections and warped perspectives are intended to encourage viewers to question their own perceptions of beauty and the influence of societal standards on our understanding of self-worth.
Through this powerful and thought-provoking exhibition, the artist invites viewers to confront their own relationship with their body image, and to see the beauty in the imperfections that make us human.