Photographer Ursula Sokolowska created this series to explore themes of an unhappy, isolated childhood, like her own as a Polish immigrant in the US. The thing that strikes me in these works is the detachment between the stiff mannequin bodies and the faces projected on their featureless heads. It says interesting things about the mind-body problem, that our consciousness can only be expressed through these awkward, flawed physical vessels.
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Eileen Maksym studied philosophy at Yale and theology at Boston College, and now uses both to write science fiction. Currently she is an academic nomad, following her astrophysicist husband around the world, two kids in tow. When not writing or kid wrangling, Eileen is a hopeless fangirl. She can be found on Twitter (@eileenmaksym) squeeing over her favorite shows, most of which involve famous detectives, dashing time travelers, and creatures that are never, ever referred to as zombies. View all posts by eileenmaksym