Artist and model caught in social media feud over a 'stolen face'

In the age of social media, does anyone really have the right to say how their likeness is used?

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That's the question at the center of a social media feud that erupted on Instagram last week, when Singaporean artist Allison M. Low and model Duan Mei Yue locked horns over whether the former had the right to reference the latter's likeness in her work.

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The piece, which appears to feature Duan's disembodied head, was created for an exhibition this January called "Creative Unions," held in conjunction with the opening of a retail store in Singapore operated by Asian fashion retailer Love Bonito.

"I was so distressed over the way I had no control over how my image and likeness was being used," Duan told Insider.

"I felt very violated that everything was carried out without me knowing and my image was publicized without my consent. I also didn't have the resources to seek legal help," she said.

The feud has now escalated into a full-blown copyright dispute after Duan made a post on Instagram citing "unethical referencing."

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In the age of social media, does anyone really have the right to say how their likeness is used?

That's the question at the center of a social media feud that erupted on Instagram last week, when Singaporean artist Allison M. Low and model Duan Mei Yue locked horns over whether the former had the right to reference the latter's likeness in her work.

The piece, which appears to feature Duan's disembodied head, was created for an exhibition this January called "Creative Unions," held in conjunction with the opening of a retail store in Singapore operated by Asian fashion retailer Love Bonito.

"I was so distressed over the way I had no control over how my image and likeness was being used," Duan told Insider.

"I felt very violated that everything was carried out without me knowing and my image was publicized without my consent. I also didn't have the resources to seek legal help," she said.

The feud has now escalated into a full-blown copyright dispute after Duan made a post on Instagram citing "unethical referencing."

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