From an introspective work around intimacy, loneliness and the quest for identity, my practice of photography has evolved towards the study of the body and the relation to oneself and to others. In a fantasized universe, often disturbing, I put in scene the balance of power, the impulses, the fears which are characterized by a growing dehumanization. “Vanda Spengler was born in Switzerland in 1982 into a whimsical, word-loving family, and her grandmother is the feminist novelist Régine Deforges.” She conveyed to me a certain taste for transgression and freedom of speech. expression. Nudity has always been simple, the relationship […]
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