Peggy Kuiper is a Dutch photographer, or rather, one of ‘the’ Dutch photographers. More than colours, objects or bodies, geometry is what really gives her photos a very strong power. She painstakingly composes her pictures to align the human body with the walls’ structure, and that's precisely where a certain neutrality arises. Those beautiful men and women suddenly appear so empty, that they seem they can't be from this world. Disturbing and inhuman, Kuiper's characters thus provide something different to fashion; something that her new story, Sir Edmund, tells frankly.