‘With this project I want to describe the interaction between mannequins as if they were people in their everyday life but with a critical vision … The mannequin (which represents the people) is in a vicious circle of fashion, social states and tends to conform and enter into conflict between it. Now fashions and social states no longer leave us our personality but tend to standardize us all. This depersonalization creates conflicts between ourselves and with others.
With this project I am presenting the interaction between the mannequins as if they were people in their everyday life, but with a critical vision. The mannequins (which represents people) are obsessively concerned with their outward appearance and status in society. This generates an inner conflict that leads to antagonism between the mannequins, The need to fit in destroys our individuality and uniforms our own personalities and this lack of individuality creates conflicts between ourselves and with others. In these images I am depicting these mannequins having a contentious connection between them that is at times friendly and other times corrosive and destructive.’