Bandage of honor, from the capital of nose jobs.

In this interactive installation, one person at a time can take part. The participant has to face a screen in front of a webcam where he sees his own face, like in a mirror. By shaking his head following the…

Bandage of honor, from the capital of nose jobs.

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In this interactive installation, one person at a time can take part. The participant has to face a screen in front of a webcam where he sees his own face, like in a mirror. By shaking his head following the instruction on the screen, the participant finds himself with different filters on his face. Different noses, and diverse bandages illustrating different stages before and after a rhinoplasty, cover the face while activating each time a small text.
Therefore, I wanted to bring up, through different filters and texts, the strong link that rhinoplasty has with the political situation in Iran. It was important to me to talk about two distinct feminist perspectives in this matter and also to question beauty standards, male gaze and the paradox of this trend in a country where religion bans body transformation.

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