By
Cecilia Díaz Betz

We’re starting off the week with this piece featured on Interview Magazine around the enigmatic Australian artist Sia Furler, an interview, a cover and a photo reportage to welcome the month of April.

Sia confessed “I’m trying to have some control over my image, and I’m allowed to maintain some modicum of privacy.”

At this point you may well know the controversial Australian singer Sia who, from some time now, refuses to show her face. Despite her long years in the music industry, the release of ‘Chandelier’ with a video featuring Maddie Ziegler catapulted her to international fame. Since that moment, she decided not to show her face again in concerts, videos or photographs. In the interview by Kristen Wiig for Interview, Sia confessed “I’m trying to have some control over my image, and I’m allowed to maintain some modicum of privacy.” In the times of selfies, we think this is an admirable and relevant gesture. In the photo reportage y Gregory Harris Sia doesn’t show her face, of course, but judging by the result there’s no really need for that. The images are clearly inspired by cinema (2046 or Blade Runner are clear examples) and highlight the artist’s personality and character with futuristic airs and some Eastern inspiration.