This series makes use of projection photography---a technique that originated in the 1960s with the work of John French. It involves projecting photographic of pop art images onto a model, Asmira, using a mini-beamer.
The Sixties were a time of pop art, psychedelics, rock-and-roll and hippie culture. Much of the early projection photography has a 1960s pop-art feel. This series was aimed at replicating that groovy feeling using iconic Warhol images, graffiti expressions, abstract expressionist paintings and hippy beads and textiles.