The Venus’s crust
Actions to stop time. The time you spend on the body. The body as a sculptural object and landscape. Landscape as a study. The landscape in the study. The Venus as a representation of beauty.
Beauty in aging women. In real woman.
The Venus’s crust explores the female body, from self-representation, portrait and self-portrait, as a starting point for reflection on issues such as gender conflicts, social inequality, discrimination and stereotypes. Topics that faces every day the female condition. It involves the use of landscape as a stage and as an element of dislocation that explores and questions, while use in art history, to build a personal photographic discourse.
I- Atlantis hopeful analogy of state for the body.
II- The female body as a representation of human beauty. III- The utopian construction of the female body.
IV-Build freedom in the body.
The perfect female body resembles paradise, the perfect world in which we must ever dwell. Guilt, lust, almost all forms of sin, are attributed to women from their creation in paradise and their exile to the world. There was no turning back.