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They Made Me Kill / Posters

They Made Me Kill
They Made Me Kill

The project consists of a selection of portraits of serial killers in their early childhood – the years when their personality was just about to be formed. On the back of each poster there is an invisible UV hint about what those children are about to do in their life as grown-ups. My aim is to explore what shapes our personality in the early stages of its development. I am asking myself; do we all have the potential to become monstrous and how does aggression begin? Are there any differences or similarities between the victim and the murderer, especially in early childhood? Because after all we are all born the same or so it seems.

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University of the Arts London

University of the Arts London
London, United Kingdom

Vyara Zlatilova,
University of the Arts London