Inkjet prints, handcut and woven, wool

 

Prosopagnosia (face-blindness) is a neurological disorder which affects the ability to recognise faces. As an artist with this disorder I use my photography to help me recognise the people in my life. I recently came to the realisation that I don't actually even know what I look like. This series explores my own identity, and how I see myself. My features remain always incomplete, I cannot recognise myself in a mirror, and as I age and change further, my image becomes even less identifiable. I wanted to show this breakdown of a face appears to me, and to cause the viewer to walk away, with the incomplete picture of me that is part of my everyday life.

27 Unique handmade dolls, images transferred to fabric and hand sewn