Argentinian artist and sculptor Conie Vallese casts faces in eternal states of transformation.
She is best known for her fluid sculptures and monochrome prints. Her collection of porcelain heads feature mouths left hanging open, faces appearing to look around the corner and contorted expressions. These sculptures work almost like optical illusions: look at a sculpture for long enough and you start to see new faces and new profiles. It is this fluidity and ability to warp perceptions that make Vallese’s sculptures so engaging.