This is a recent addition to my favourites. I love the photography in it, but it was when we interviewed Petra with the artist she collaborated with it on, Sarah Sitkin, on Dazed, that I really fell into it. The images are these distorted, simulacra of Petra’s body and face, worn by her, or her sister. The images, of course, are incredible. So clever and so freakish. And the conversation is just as smart. It’s speaking about these copies we make of ourselves, online for example. Where we copy and copy and copy and then we can’t quite tell what the real version is. I’ve been thinking a lot about the future of photography, and photo apps, like Instagram, I guess, or FaceTune. Thinking about where on Earth we are going to be in the next decade, given Instagram only launched in 2010. And this was a really cool way to keep those thoughts going in my head. I really enjoy photography when it’s able to open these wider conversations up about society and Petra has always been so good at doing that.