Pammy as a pair of conjoined twins

London: Hollywood actress Pamela Anderson has been portrayed as a pair of conjoined twins in an art show by British sculptor Marc Quinn.

The glittering barely-clad statue of Anderson, depicting her as a pair of conjoined twins is a one of the many works of art in a new exhibition by Quinn indicating people who have transformed their looks.

Quinn is known for famous creation Alison Lapper Pregnant, which is placed on the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square.

“You have got people who have decided to change the outside of their bodies to fit how they feel inside,” Quinn said.

Anderson is depicted in polished bronze as two identical twin figures. The statue dons a bra and thong with tattoos on display, and wearing skyscraper heels, reports The Mirror.

Quinn said of Anderson’s transformation: "Pamela’s done it within the mainstream in a way.”



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