The serie Vanished Women was born from a will to show female bodies and so for feminity in a different way. I always loved blurred pictures even when I didn’t now how to take pictures. For me, blur leave more space to imagination. I love that everything is not clear at first look. So this was the start of my serie but I didn’t know what I really wanted in it.
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