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The opposite of a muse

Isabelle Mège does not call herself an artist, but she has nonetheless been working on an interesting project for the last 30 years. Mège contacts photographers she likes and asks them to incorporate her into their work, keeping a copy of each photograph afterwards. She has over 300 photographs and has curated 135 of them into what she calls “the collection”. After each shoot, Mège would follow up and ask the artist for a print, signed and sometimes numbered by its edition.
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