I enjoyed playing with repetition, mirroring, and ghostly echoes, influenced by the overlaying in Warhol's Triple Elvis. (I was researching Warhol at the time for the story that eventually became "Pictures of Candy Darling" in Screentests.) The source image for this piece was based on a traced photo from a fashion magazine.

I also borrowed from Rodin's Three Shades, a sculpture in which he placed three copies of an earlier bronze, The Fall of Adam, in a semicircle. He took the same figure and changed its context by creating a different composition and giving it a new title. A solitary figure when multiplied became a space that a viewer entered, watched on all sides.

Ink on tracing paper, and digital, 6x9".