Is this a memento mori, with Kendall Jenner subtly reminding her many millions of followers that there are more important things than whether or not she's romantically involved with noted babushka wearer A$AP Rocky? Perhaps.
By obscuring both her face and iPhone, and captioning this September 2018 photo "technically this is just my torso...," a disembodied Kendall Jenner explores the nuances of objectification.
This enigmatically captioned video—"i told you i'm ice cold"—from May 2019 sees the creator Kendall Jenner continue her exploration of the fragmented figure.
In April of 2017, Kendall Jenner brought Cubism to life—an accomplishment she modestly dismissed as "playing dress up."
The artist Kendall Jenner's convex back and so-called "classic alien hand" in this June 2019 portrait echo the slumped figure at the center of the most iconic portrait to be set in a bathtub: Jacques-Louis David's The Death of Marat.
Kendall Jenner's choice of caption—"don’t @ me"—for this September 2018 seems nonchalant. But upon closer analysis, it's a theme that recurs throughout the photograph, from the all-caps "GOODBYE!" emblazoned on her phone case to her positioning of a lamp as a barrier in the foreground.
In blurring her bikini-clad figure, Jenner added a shaky, semi-diaphanous layer of possibility to this early April 2016 snapshot. Was she predicting the instability of the world to come? Maybe. Maybe.
Allow Kendall Jenner to demonstrate that a t-shirt that poses a very real threat to exposing its wearer's nipples does indeed have a use.
Before topping off her latex leotard with a floral Richard Quinn gown and heading to the Emmys, a pants-less Jenner channeled David by posing contrapposto.
Here, Jenner adds literal depth to a simple bikini selfie by posing with an entropic background, complete with three separate fractured figures. We have already learned so much!
Jenner slyly left it up to interpretation as to whether it was 10:32 a.m. or p.m. when she captured this exaggerated A-line silhouette on a day—or night—in December of 2018. What will she think of next?