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A love supreme

Many religions have used eroticism in one form or another to express spiritual aspirations and the need for transcendence.
Sometimes merely hinted at, sometimes expressed quite explicitly – think of Saint Sebastian
pierced by arrows or Bernini’s ecstatic Saint Teresa of Avila.

In response to this religious eroticism, Chanam sets it against an eroticism of gentleness and light, a glowing sensuality.

To foster a dialogue between these themes of religion and eroticism, idea of the triptych or diptych imposed itself.

Through the dialogue which develops between these photographs, which echo, complete or contradict each other by their form or content – from this tension, this force, emanates an energy that is transmitted to the viewer.

And it’s up to each of us, according to our own experience and aspirations, to imagine the link, the dialogue, or simply to let ourselves dream…

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