This artwork was created for the exhibition "I am..." powered by Gxrls Revolution and Jean-Michel Pailhon.
Morning, doll! is a speculative interpretation of the vanity, a piece of old-fashioned furniture designed for the second toilette.
In a near future that is definitely virtual, the choice of our avatars is fully part of a routine at the beginning of the day.
One of the first experiences of self-representation, in early childhood, is in traditional play: stuffed animals, figurines and dolls become our showcases, vectors of identity.
Within hexagonal chrome patterns, symbolising neural networks, the seats of tangible identity, the faces are caricatured, the features extreme, the eyes elusive and crazy; they participate in the slight dystopian atmosphere of the piece, which is nonetheless playful and mischevious.
Morning, doll! then asks the question: who are you today?