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In 2013, Star Magazine gave this adorable piece the distinction of a “Star Weekly Award for Most Disturbing Art for the fetal portraits of Kim Kardashian’s and Kate Middleton’s unborn babies.” I guess it’s a good thing I omitted the umbilical cords.
At the time, the world was paying close attention to the expected birth of Prince Charles’s (and Princess Diana’s) first grandchild- a future king or queen of England. And here in the United States, Kim and Kanye were expecting their first child, too, and generating as many headlines for it as the royal couple. It was an odd competition in the tabloids, which inspired me to respond. This was the last of my work to be discussed in articles alongside Marc Quinn and Damien Hirst.
What never became evident, I think, was that the sculpture was supposed to actually look like it came from ultrasound scans - and that the wings, the stylized hair, and crown were from those actual scans. It was meant to be a rare document of how the babies actually appeared in the wombs.