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Inspired by research on French artist ORLAN, body modifications and the transhumanist movement have opened a pathway to promoting female empowerment and self expression. Going back to the roots of ancient mythology and paying homage to both Eve and Medusa’s stories, this is a transhumanist approach to female empowerment. Reinterpreting the traditional interpretation of these tales regarding the dangers of female sexuality and the righteousness of female oppression, this is a statement on strength and resilience. This is women embracing their femininity and sexuality, regaining power and control over their trauma and bodies – a form of spiritual rebirth.


Besides traditional depictions of Medusa, the aesthetic approach of the designs were drawn from traditional African, European, and Asian body modifying tools; such as corsets and feet binding, alongside symbols of royalty like thrones and headdresses. To complement the figures, the digital environment embodies a reimagined futurist and minimalist version of Eden.

Inspiration from ancient mythology

The transition between angelic and cyberpunk music was marked by the symbol of apples in EVE – in reference to the story of Adam and Eve in Eden, a major inspiration of this project.

Inspiration from classic paintings

The Two Fridas (1939) by Frida Kahlo inspired this scene in EVE. The piece was drawn from Kahlo’s inner turmoil in regards to separation with her former husband. This aligns with regaining control over tragic experiences.

Inspiration from classic paintings

Liberty Leading the People (1830) by Eugène Delacroix, an iconic painting symbolizing liberacy,entertwines with EVE ’s theme of empowerment, especially with a female figure as the leader of the people.

Inspiration from classic paintings

The Birth of Venus (1485- 1486) by Sandro Botticeli was a controversial painting in the middle ages for its nudity. Symbolizing the rebirth of civillization, it speaks for EVE’s central idea.

Inspiration from biomimicry

The Texas horned lizard cries blood when they feel under attack as a defense mechanism. This inspired the make up look of the avatars in EVE.

Inspiration from historical artifacts

The throne’s design in EVE was inspired by ancient Chinese thrones as in reference to preliminal research. They are similar in silhouette but differs in a way where EVE’s throne has a toned down color palette and added minimalist touch.

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