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Ki Seul Ki (기슬기) is a contemporary South Korean photographer who graduated from Sangmyeong University. For her series "Instants" she made her female models wear suggestive outfits and gave their skins a waxy look which made them seem more like RealDolls than actual human beings. All of her models are wrapped in a plastic film with a barcode. Her work intends to criticize the commercialization of sex and of the female human body.
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Talk about some seriously emotional work. It's amazing and sad.
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there was actually the same work of PETA about human meat in package, to go against eating meat .
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@Tapsamai Really? Yes, I can see that actually. It makes a lot of sense for PETA.
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