By Beauty Maker of
I touch the faces of the invisibles, the ones that fooled time, a touch of rose blush, a touch of lip balm, a touch of eye shadow, a soft touch of velvet makeup for everlasting beauty…
I apply mascara to highlight the eyes that look at me and you from beyond the terrestrial limits of space-time, life and death as we know them.
My Magic Wand is an Instant Beauty app. It identifies HerStory from HerStory, adding a unique up-to-date persona to each of HerStory, making HerStory glam like an Influencer.
All of my clientele, as you can see, were great influencers back in the day. My magical makeup scheme, though, free to download, is a specialised selfie brand. The brand is known by the name, Selfie-Resurrect. It indeed resurrects a face-story when it becomes invisible, when the body and face are fully porous and back in the Cosmos. Then, I make the magic available. The service will be usually applied several centuries down the line.
We have all the time in the world… our faces last…
The original paintings were photographed and manipulated as selfie with beauty apps by Lila Moore, 2018-2019
List of Original Portraits @ National Portrait Gallery, London & British Museum
Lady Anne Clifford, 14th Baroness de Clifford (1590 –1676) was an English peeress. She was a patron of literature and as evidenced by her diary and many letters was a literary personage in her own right. Painted by William Larkin.
Angelica Kauffman (1741 – 1807), was a Swiss Neoclassical painter who had a successful career in London and Rome. She was one of the two female founding members of the Royal Academy in London in 1768. Painted by Angelica Kauffman.
Mary Moser (1744 - 1819), was a painter and a founding member of the Royal Academy, Painted by George Romney.
Catharine Macaulay (1731 – 1791), was an English Whig republican historian. Painted by Robert Edge .
Anne Seymour Damer (1749-1828), was a sculptor. From The Three Witches from Macbeth by Daniel Gardner.
The Samian Sibyl by Guercino, (1651).
Lady Elizabeth Craven ( 1750 – 1828), was an author and playwright, perhaps best known for her travelogues. Painted by Ozias Humphry.
A Sphinx – Ancient Greece, British Museum
Online Exhibition: "the porous body" curated by Peripheral Forms - Jah Justice
31 March - 14 April, 2019
Beauty Maker of Her-Story Faces is the name behind the mysterious brand Selfie-Resurrect.
It resonates "the porous body" digital-cyber-networked-performative art exhibition as a way of answering "where is the body porous and where does it coagulate?"
Beauty Maker of Her-Story Faces is seeking greater, ceremonial meanings in the work of a beauty blogger.
Beauty Maker of Her-Story Faces specializes in rebel women's portraits; women who have fooled Time and History through their-Story Faces.
These women are porous,
covert in the folders of space-time like digital mummies,
preserved in digits of aesthetics and novelty.
Beauty Maker of Her-Story Faces applies freshly prepared make-up to centuries-old cliental, utilizing porous cosmetics that conceal the aesthetics of history and maintain the perpetual persona of Her-Story Face.
Selfie-Resurrect everlasting is naturally a devotional service.