Ultracorpi was born as a funny game and as a reaction. It mocks that kind of “fierce” post-production work that we can often see on photographies portraying women and that literally devastates their identity. “Ultracorpi” is a project about that apparent self-acceptance that is accomplished only when we end to become totally unrecognizable, even to ourselves. If, on one side, […]
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