"Cilice wearer no. 03" wears a piece similar to the previous wearer.  The inclusion of the swoosh alluding to a corporate-influenced self instrumentalization.

A focus on the religious history of the cilice also allows focus to be placed on the garments and the weaving of the two. Both the cilice and draping of the fabric become a singular consecrated garment

This investigation led to the themes and metaphors of ascension, piety and jealousy present in Death in Dade 2, Culminating in a recreation of the atmosphere of works such as Raphael's "Transfiguration" through gestures and compositions.

The cilice’s wearer  has become the martyr.