Collection of folds – Sculpture / Editorial Design
I asked a group of people to send an image picturing the fold/s in their bodies which they thought were important or relevant in the construction or expression of their identities. This publication is a collection of their responses.
None of the images have been modified (framing, composition, proportions), they appear exactly as they were received. The way the picture was taken also reflects who the person is. They have been printed in greyscale to avoid distractions, so the focus is the shapes, the folds, and not the colours. Some of the images were reproduced in clay and then transformed into digital filters that appear as masks. Can one “become” someone else by wearing their folds?