The definition of beauty has been battered by the obsession of self. How much pain can be hidden behind a surgically altered surface.
What happens when the light starts to leave? Do we simply accept our age? Or rage against the dying of our youth. This remarkable piece explores that very question, the question of beauty. As celebrity culture spins itself into ridicule, how far will we follow it? How far will some people go to keep up with the trend of appearance and beauty? This right to choose your appearance, is it a privelige or a pre cursor to designer babies? Is the woman painted here beautiful or in pain, or both? Who are we? What are we? A thought provoking contemporary piece that resonates deeply with the modern world.