Eyelashes questions how we perceive our own image and how our image is perceived by others. It is also a humorous comment on the idea of the model as stereotype and the frustration caused by the urge to identify with it. In this work, one can see the artist mirroring herself in the water, placing her false eyelashes around the eye in a way that makes the action look ridiculous and pathetic. Finally, her face comes very close to its reflection and is eventually submerged into the water. This deformation of the myth of Narcissus brings to the fore another meaning: that instance when one thinks that in the reflection of one’s own image one meets the eye of the camera that is the eye (gaze) of the viewer.