Challenge – "Alter ego, designing as if you were someone else..."
Solution – In 1962, psychiatrist and photographer, Frédérick L. Duval, left France and began studying a select group of individuals with dissociative identity disorder at the Gellerman Psychiatric Ward in Virginia. His research quickly turned into an obsession that became apparent in his photographic work where he started experimenting with different representations of each of his patient's multifarious identities within a single image.
These are the only prints known to be in existence from all of his patient files on record. The works were found after Dr. Duval's untimely suicide in 1967.