One of the great virtues of Art is that it enables us to see the world through different lenses. As a consequence, we are forced to oscillate from passive spectator to active participant, a role that imbues work with meaning. In this spirit, 00 aims to change the way in which we engage, perceive and experience creativity. 00 symbolizes the contrasting duality of the subject in celebration of preserving the toughest work of the most progressive individuals of our time.
Zero Zero Project proudly introduces the 2nd Volume: the collaboration of the groundbreaking artists Kaimin x Miles Aldridge x Nicola Formichetti. With each provocative chapter divided into Black and White, the concept of fetishism is challenged and explored between the subconscious and conscious state of human instinct in contrasting interpretation.
In this Black Story, the mythical character of Salome and Succubus was revived as Kaimin with her lustful body and extraordinarily long black hair. Through the inimitable lens of Miles Aldridge, the myth became astonishing reality and Nicola accelerated each individual's sultry expression to reach the climax in every moment. This titillating creation of three artists eliminates the distance between fantasy and reality and captivates the viewers into dangerously seductive dream. Upcoming white story is fathomable and delves more into reality and real senses. The final contrary of Black and White story will be delivered to viewers in December 2012.
Fashion photographer Miles Aldridge was born in London, England, in 1964. His Father Alan Aldridge is a psychedelic illustrator who designed album art for The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and the Who.
Miles creates surrealist histories with his photographs. His iconic images are known for their clarity and detail and have been featured internationally in numerous well-known publications like Vogue Italia, The New Yorker, and the New York Times, and are included permanently in the collections of the National Portrait Gallery, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, and the International Center of Photography in New York.
Nicola Formichetti is an internationally prolific fashion director and fashion editor, Nicola Formichetti is most widely known as the Creative Director of French fashion house MUGLER and Lady Gaga. Formichetti is also known as fashion director of Vogue Hommes Japan and Uniqlo.
In November 2010 he was named one of the most influential creative forces working in fashion today.
Kaimin is the creative director of Zero Zero Project and the fashion brand KAIMIN. She believes passionately in the infinite potential of art and obsesses with ideas to differentiate and motivate. She directed the documentary film with KBS Broadcasting of a wildly successful multi-media project entitled From the Fall of Berlin Wall to the DMZ with avant-garde video artist Nam June Paik.
She also directs content of the programs and produces the Pusan International Film Festival to audiences all around the world. Kaimin has introduced Asia to the works of photographer Terry Richardson and framed numerous projects for Steven Klein, Inez Van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, Ellen Von Unwerth, etc. She has also styled editorial and campaigns for the major fashion magazines such as Vogue, Arena Homme+, W and more.