Mannequin

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Mannequin

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Text about the series

A mannequin stands in a store window, its expression listless, dressed in a designer saree; a wedding gown; lingerie; all the while it is a symbol of a perfect body, a perfect sense of fashion, an object of envy. It is, however, an inanimate being, a lifeless thing that stands still as the world passes it by.

The very fact that a mannequin resembles a human being so uncannily tells us something about what the human mind seeks to project as ‘desirable’. We create dummies fashioned after our own images, yet they fail to depict us accurately.

Often one passes by a display window of a store where an attendant is busy ‘dressing up’ a mannequin. This is when a mannequin stands devoid of any clothing, often missing an arm or two and it becomes a pitiable, vulnerable thing, sans clothing, sans dignity, sans its ‘humanity’

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Specifications:

  • Size - A4

  • Inkjet print on acid–free cellulose-based natural archival photo paper.

Conditions of use and storage:

  • Use and store ideally at a relative humidity of 35% to 65% and a temperature of 10° to 30° C (50° – 86°F.)

  • Use care in handling printed material, surface susceptible to abrasion.

  • Store papers in archive quality envelopes, folders, and boxes.

  • Use only archive grade tapes and glues for mounting & framing.