"My life is a polka dot lost among millions."
The figurehead of a total, hypnotic, and colourful art, the Japanese Yayoi Kusama is a famous and provocative avant-gardist. She is known for her impressively immersive installations involving repeated patterns and psychedelic imagery, evoking in turn psychology, feminism and obsession, sex, creation, destruction, and introspection. Through her art, Yayoi Kusama attempts to heal the childhood wounds, which, paradoxically, she has made her trademark. Her clothes and accessories are intended to popularize art until "the flood", being part of the movement of mass reproduction of pop images, but standing out for their particular form.