We look to art for clarity, and now more than ever, for refuge. Since the pandemic we isolate at home. As our environment becomes more personal and less public, we are looking to recalibrate our priorities and find ways to keep busy, to explore work that anchors us and keeps us sane during these tricky times. So after the early chaos, we have been very productive and cathartic because of our creativity. Currently we are in our studio and photographing silicone love dolls.
How does desire affect our behavior? Can we find intimacy in inanimate objects?
Besides companionship, our ideas delve into relationship, mental health, art form, intimacy and post human kinship. We explore our dolls from many perspectives, including philosophical and ethical.