Borderline between art and fashion, Kourtney Roy combines fiction with self-portrait, exploring the strange aspects of daily life through the characters she incarnates,some exceedingly perfect women locked in banality. Absent from themselves, these women are featured in installations where the bizarre occupies the space. The atmosphere becomes a reflection of the psychological state.
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