This is an autobiographical work where the intimacy of the body and its experiences are staged in a poetic way. Manipulated and distorted, the body becomes a ray of light. The result is intended to strike a balance between physical torture and photographic magic. When it comes to capturing the ethereal, this photographer has no equal.
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