The Picture of Dorya Glenn is a collaboration between photographer Filip Naudts and the Dutch-Chinese writer/artist Julie O’yang. The result is a photographic romance noir, a dark surrealistic sci-fi photo novella in which the authors also play the main characters: Julie in the guise of the alien Dorya Glenn, and Filip in that of himself.
The Picture of Dorya Glenn
A photographer stalks a writer after he heavily distorts and manipulates her portrait. Like a paparazzo, he lurks in wait. He records every detail of her daily life with his camera while she writes the sci-fi story that is published in this book. But above all he wants to know what impact the image manipulation has on her psyche. With inevitable consequences for both of them.
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