I stage ordinary people in order to beautify nature and address the question of identity in modern society. I use the body, the strengths and resistances that define it, to express the fragility and vulnerability of the human being in its environment, but also its capacity to disrup. With this work, I raise questions about my own femininity and my identity as a woman in society.
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