The striptease of soup cans
Lindsey Wohlman is a young American artist and designer who has wanted to pay an artistic tribute to Andy Warhol, performing a striptease of soup cans, the so famous series of this international photographer, with an updated twist.
To get each of these cans undressed, Lindsey dissolves gelatin in the soup in each can and then lets it cool and sit for about 12 hours in a silicone container that she had built for this project.
The original Warhol series had 32 cans of soup, Wohlman has managed to strip and portray 16, as he has encountered some problems that have made his work difficult. To polish the final result, she has had to use a bit of photoshop, as she herself admits.
It gives me a bit of a "voyeur" feeling to contemplate the striptease of soup cans that Lindsey proposes, although she gives it a deeper interpretation and explains that she has wanted to express the importance of appearance in this modern world, in the one that everything enters through the eyes. There he left his reflection.
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