The artist with her 3D-printed skull.
The sculpture in the museum.
A facial reconstruction of the artist Jill Magid .
In 2005, came from Jill Magid, a modern artist, the assignment to make her facial reconstruction. This reconstruction was sculpted on a 3D-print of her skull, which was created based on data of a CT-scan of her head. Without knowing what Jill looked like, the reconstruction was made, and was then exhibited in, among other places, the Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam. The artist requested that the face had to be in an ecstatic pose.