Weru Weru and Kine is a diptych from the immense series “Parasomnia”, a dreamlike exploration of Africa. “Parasomnia” was the subject if a publication in 2011. These two images are not fashion photographs, but they make full use of that in terms of staging, style, choice of clothing, and pose. However, the photographer chose to place the characters in partial shadow, not in line with the aesthetic of visual communication, and, perhaps expressing a direct critique of he the industry of photography.
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