Originally, this project imagined the setting up of a fantasy photo studio — the old fashioned sort of portrait studio with painted sets and props which sometimes provided its customers with costumes. In this setting, we would explore and rethink popular images of south Indian women by recreating well known images in the genre of photo-performance, while deconstructing them in various ways.
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