Corpodysmorphia is a project that lies between the real and imaginary. The main subject is a shower curtain - a mundane household item showing an idealistic landscape of pristine white sand and clear waters with a perfect blue sky. These images of 'paradise' are often present in our lives, in form of curtains, t-shirts, advertising and laptop desktops. We aspire to those landscapes, to the idea of Eden, of the imagine elsewhere, the utopian beach. The artwork intent is to raise the question between these polarities: reality and fiction, artificial and natural, the space between the image and the imagined.