Thesis: For my final project, this series captures the intimate and private moments of one young woman who is preparing herself for her evening. She is intended to represent a much larger phenomenon in society and our obsession with beauty, and what these expectations are in order to meet the standard ‘beautiful’. This medium lends itself well to this concept in that the superficial application of makeup and our physical obsession with weight is expressed in this artificial, intangible form of digital sculpture. In this private space, one can see the figure impacted by the influence of social media, and how she responds with her own figure. These isolated scenes are intended to be observations as a voyeur, which is something that is revealed in the very end with an entire audience watching this series, as if it is a live show. I am interested in the juxtaposition between the privacy and behaviors in these spaces, with an audience (society) ever present and always ‘regarding.’