这是一座 204 厘米（6 英尺 8 英寸）高的希腊女神大理石雕像，很可能是阿芙罗狄忒，描绘的是她半裸的躯干。 这座雕像原本应该有两条胳膊、两只脚、两个完好无损的耳垂和一个底座。 没有了手臂，不清楚雕像最初的样子，一致的看法是，雕像被发现时分为两块大块（上半身和下部覆盖着的腿）以及几个 herms（顶部有头的柱子），上半部的碎片是左臂和左手拿着一个苹果，下面还有一个刻有铭文的底座。
Prompt: A restoration proposal of the Venus de Milo.
It is a 204 cm (6 ft 8 in) tall Parian marble statue of a Greek goddess, most likely Aphrodite, depicted half-clothed with an exposed torso. The statue originally would have had two arms, two feet, both earlobes intact and a plinth. Without arms, it is unclear what the statue originally looked like, The consensus is that the statue was found in two large pieces (the upper torso and the lower draped legs) along with several herms (pillars topped with heads), fragments of the upper left arm and left hand holding an apple, and an inscribed plinth.
This inspired recreation of the famous sculpture was meant to display the “goddess of love as an anthropomorphic cabinet with secret drawers filled with a maelstrom of mysteries of desires that only a modern psychoanalyst can interpret.”