Solène Bonnet

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Paris, France

Graduated from the Design Academy of Eindhoven in 2021 and now located in Paris, Solène Bonnet is a designer whose practice focuses on new technologies and the way those impact the human body. Creating a dialogue between digital tools and the physical world, her approach concerns both fiction and function and materializes through fanciful and digital aesthetics.

FLESH FACTORY

The piece Flesh factory is a commentary on the rise in popularity of face filters, the way beauty standards are altered by this technology, and the cosmetic procedures that are resulting. Translating this societal fact through a daily life object from IKEA digitally sculpted, the mirror invites the viewer to re-enact the phenomenon by staring at its own misshapen reflection.

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The piece Flesh factory is a commentary on the rise in popularity of face filters, the way beauty standards are altered by this technology, and the cosmetic procedures that are resulting. Translating this societal fact through a daily life object from IKEA digitally sculpted, the mirror invites the viewer to re-enact the phenomenon by staring at its own misshapen reflection.

FLESH FACTORY

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FLESH FACTORY

The piece Flesh factory is a commentary on the rise in popularity of face filters, the way beauty standards are altered by this technology, and the cosmetic procedures that are resulting. Translating this societal fact through a daily life object from IKEA digitally sculpted, the mirror invites the viewer to re-enact the phenomenon by staring at its own misshapen reflection.

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FLESH FACTORY

The piece Flesh factory is a commentary on the rise in popularity of face filters, the way beauty standards are altered by this technology, and the cosmetic procedures that are resulting. Translating this societal fact through a daily life object from IKEA digitally sculpted, the mirror invites the viewer to re-enact the phenomenon by staring at its own misshapen reflection.

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FLESH FACTORY

The piece Flesh factory is a commentary on the rise in popularity of face filters, the way beauty standards are altered by this technology, and the cosmetic procedures that are resulting. Translating this societal fact through a daily life object from IKEA digitally sculpted, the mirror invites the viewer to re-enact the phenomenon by staring at its own misshapen reflection.

Now on Sale
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The piece Flesh factory is a commentary on the rise in popularity of face filters, the way beauty standards are altered by this technology, and the cosmetic procedures that are resulting. Translating this societal fact through a daily life object from IKEA digitally sculpted, the mirror invites the viewer to re-enact the phenomenon by staring at its own misshapen reflection.

FLESH FACTORY

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Solène Bonnet