Artist Karin Stack was diagnosed with breast cancer back in 1998.
She had to go through chemotherapy to fight the cancer growing in her body.
Chemotherapy kills all cells that divide rapidly.
That means it kills the cancer cells, but it also destroys hair follicles.
Patients often develop alopecia, the official name for hair loss.
Karin created a series of life-sized photographs documenting the re-growth of her hair growing back after chemotherapy.
She took weekly photos of the top of her head.
The installation was accompanied by audio recorded by Karin describing the process of her illness.
There are a total of 52 images in this project.
Read more here.