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Ownlife is individualism and eclectic eccentricity. It is about how one does not fit in with the culture around them and will not conform to the dos and don’ts of that society. Using delightful extravagance it shows how a person can get lost in the controversy surrounding them simply because they fall short of the person they are expected to be. Ownlife is having given up with ones outward personality being dictated by others, but having a none conforming expression of identity.


Ownlife is portraits of a girl with her head encased in a disco ball, dressed in theatrical exaggerated clothes to disrupt and subvert modern aesthetic values. As well as using humour, it embodies the failure to conform to social norms.

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