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*1947 | Digital C-Print | 60 x 93 cm | 2014



*1947 | Digital C-Print | 60 x 93 cm | 2014

*1947 | Digital C-Print | 60 x 93 cm | 2014


*1936 | Digital C-Print | 60 x 93 cm | 2014


*1923 | Digital C-Print | 60 x 93 cm | 2014
WALLPAPER | Digital C-Print | 60 x 93 cm | 2014

*1923 | Digital C-Print | 60 x 93 cm | 2014

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ENTE | Digital C-Print | 60 x 93 cm | 2014


*1923 | Digital C-Print | 60 x 93 cm | 2014


 


Cinderella The timeless beauty
under construction | current project

Modern women are involved in the variety of canons and conventions. The world ‚Cinderella‘ is an ironic adaptation and, at the same time, denunciation of the canonised stereotype of female beauty. The title „Cinderella“ alludes to the age-denying notion of the concept, the myth of her eternal youth and her innocence, widening the image of a “princess” to an elderly female physique and constituting an ironic dismissal of the stereotype of a canonized and popular beauty ideal

*1943 | Digital C-Print | 60 x 93 cm | 2013

Das Projekt Cinderella zeigt ältere Damen in aller Privatheit hinter Masken: Ihr Gesicht bleibt verhüllt. Die Metamorphose findet während des Fotoshootings statt. Indem die Maske die Gesichter der Frauen umschließt, erlaubt sie den Frauen, sich frei zu spielen. Da das Porträt kein Gesicht hat und die Maske, die es bedeckt, aus ihrer eigentlichen Funktion entbunden ist, beginnt beim Betrachter ein Um- und Neudeuten. Im Gesichtsverlust und der hermetischen Verschließung findet zugleich die Öffnung ihren Ausdruck. Dem Blick entzogene Gesichter deuten an, dass die Seele nicht angetastet werden darf. Vielmehr begibt sich Cinderella auf eine poetische Entdeckungsreise des weiblichen Köpers. Der Betrachter trifft auf diskrete Gesten einer tabuisierten Lebendigkeit
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*1939
| Digital C-Print | 60 x 93 cm | 2013


Thereby, my ‚Cinderella‘ undertakes a poetic journey, discovering female body, which is no longer sought-after by publicity strategists or childhood imagination, forcing the viewer to deal with a form of beauty, which is hidden from our everyday lives. In our society, aging of a woman's body is downright tabooed. Contradicting that attitude, “Cinderella” highlights that a woman restricted by age.



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*1941
| Digital C-Print | 60 x 93 cm | 2014


Skilfully handling the vulnerability and fragility the oldened body, it is demonstrated that age is wearable; a pleading for the assertion of the form in the face of impermanence. In everyday life the transistorize of the body is covered up by fashion. However, the most authentic fashion is being nude, in a heavenly innocence. I would argue femininity. Although the exterior shows marks of a life lived, the soul remains refreshingly young and stormy. Ready for anything.
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*1947 | Digital C-Print | 60 x 93 cm | 2014


*1945
| Digital C-Print | 60 x 93 cm | 2014




*1937
| Digital C-Print | 60 x 93 cm | 2014





 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 








 




































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