Candice Breitz: The Audition, 2012; Courtesy: White Cube (London), Kaufmann Repetto (Milan) + Goodman Gallery (Johannesburg)
Candice Breitz: The Audition, 2012; Courtesy: White Cube (London), Kaufmann Repetto (Milan) + Goodman Gallery (Johannesburg)

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Carly Wallman

Danae would like to know:

What is your first name?

Are you Male/Female/Other?

What is your age?

How would you describe your complexion?
Clear, slightly tanned due to time spent out doors and with freckles

How would you describe your facial features?
Often green but sometimes blue. They are my most noticed facial feature and are surrounded by long eyelashes.

Well defined

Realtively non descript. They have a couple of empty piercings.

Straight and a little too prominent for my liking. It has a nose stud on the left.

Straight and defined

Somewhat fill with a defined cupids bow

Reasonably normal, no widows peak or any receding to speak of

Hair colour:
Naturally a brunette with a few inches showing. The remainder is a shade of auburn.

Hair style:
Long with a side fringe. My hair is naturally curly but I usually blow-dry it mostly straight with a slight wave.

Face shape:
Heart shaped, my bone definition is a little prominent but not intensely so.

Any other notes on your appearance:
I have German and Scandinavian heritage and some of this comes through in my facial features.

Describe at least three activities you most enjoy doing:
Reading, cooking, getting outdoors with my dog, heading to see live music/volunteering at music festivals

Describe your favourite outfit:
I have a dress that I bought from a small Melbourne designer. It’s navy blue and has sea related images on it (boats, a compass, a sexton etc). It’s made from satin and has sheer, ¾ length silk sleeves. It’s cinched in at the waist with tulip style bottom. I love wearing it with sheer black stockings that have a rear leg seam and a pair of classic black pumps. I don’t pair it with any jewelry as the dress tends to speak for itself. All it needs is my vintage navy blue 1960s handbag.

Describe your facial expression when you are concentrating:
I look quite serious, more serious than usual. It’s one of the rare occasions I won’t be smiling. I’ll be staring quite hard at whatever I’m working on and have a slight pensive frown which creases between my eyebrows and furrows my forehead.