Milo Moire is a famous artist who was born on May 9, 1983 in Switzerland. She is known for her nude performances and body art, such as PlopEgg, which is a painting performance, and The Script System No. 2, where she painted the names of clothing items on her body. Milo has been arrested for her unique nude performances. She looks up to artists like Marina Abramovic and Joseph Beuys as her inspiration.
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|Date of Birth||May 9, 1983|
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