With the lens of a camera the artist examines the contours of a child’s dolls scrupulously. Pretty, perfect, and plastic, smooth, shiny and seductive – these dolls bear resemblance to cosmetic surgery in popular culture today. Aspirations of fame sought by sexual allure seeps through their pores. Their airbrushed appearance homogenizes the female form - reflecting images found in advertising and women’s glossy magazines. The artist’s own memories of Vancouver’s demonised Downtown Eastside sex workers permeates into the images and leaves the question; do these toys truly reflect the aspirations that we have for our future generation of women?