It's irrevocably true that Michèle Lamy remains impossible to define. The most suitable title seems to follow the idea of creative revolutionary, an honour made even more fitting by the artist, muse and designer's latest piece of work which will loom high in London's Piccadilly Circus throughout the month of November.
Presented by The Cultural Institute of Radical Contemporary Art (CIRCA) and directed by Amanda Demme and Mollie Mills, the artist and wife of Rick Owens' latest piece LIMBO poses an un-retouched and tender meditation of female autonomy, love and vulnerability; all themes the industry has recognised Lamy to champion. 'I realised that sexuality was not something that was (defined by) a male and female making babies from a very early age. I've always been confused about which sex people are and seduced by all kinds', Lamy told SHOWstudio in 2018, when she was interviewed as part of our Queer project.
Make sure to get down to Piccadilly Circus for 20:22 at during November to watch.