Deborah Levy is a British author, playwright, and poet. Her works are known for their innovative style and exploration of themes such as identity, memory, and gender.

The ‘living autobiographies’  trilogy is not a conventional memoir, but a creative and insightful exploration of Levy’s identity, creativity, and feminism, where she challenges the roles and expectations that society imposes on women.

This project is a visual take on her trilogy, in which I used a mix of Levy's words and their AI-generated counterparts, as seen through my interpretation of her texts. My intention was to observe some of her favorite cultural references which coincidentally are similar to mine  - Simone de Beauvoir, Susan Sontag, Agnes Varda, Philip Glass, Andre Breton, Meret Oppenheim, and many more.

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