The artist of this work is Gillian Wearing,and her work is titled Rock ’n’ Roll 70, it has been in the ICA since 2015. The photos are put into an age changing software to make her look older. Her piece is very realistic and gives insight to what she might look like in the future. The piece makes you think about what you might look like in the future. I believe it gives a feeling of joy. The work tells her story of what her life might be like in each of the pictures that make her look older.I am a fan of this piece because I like her concept of aging herself. It should be able to show how the world changes around her because we will see what she looks like when she is actually 70. The title makes complete sense because she is aged to 70 which is in the title. When I look at the piece I begin to wonder what I will look like when I am older as well. The story is up for interpretation depending on what photo you are looking at. Each one of the photos can be tell a different story, each one is a different path in life that she can take. There is also contrast between some of the images. She can look very differently depending on where life takes her. She uses mostly soft colors except for the frame with the picture of her now, digitally aged, and room for a picture of her when she is really 70. This installation is also specific to the ICA to fit on the wall when you first walk in. The portraits are actually printed on wallpaper so it would be easy to install in that specific space. I plan on connecting my Social Justice project to her work for my ICA inspired photo series.