In May 1963, naked Christine Keeler posed in the studio of photographer Lewis Morley. She was sitting on a chair that resembles the so-called ant chair, a design icon by Arne Jacobsen from 1955, with the backrest in front of her body. This image has become an iconic image, at least in Great Britain. The chair in question was purchased by the Victoria and Albert Museum. A print of the photo is in the collection of the National Portrait Gallery. I made the designer chair transparent and let the forms twist, the variations dance while sitting. The background of the photo, otherwise as neutral as it can be, is a fabric printed with a paisley pattern - a pattern that was particularly popular in the 1960s when London was swinging.