FIGURE, FORM examines relationships between body and function, identity and attribute within photographic portraits and in the exchange with the participants.
Part one of FIGURE, FORM concerns identity processes as a afab, read as female, Trans-Woman, FLINT — person, within the binary and thus internalized environment.
A central approach of the work is to question and deny attributions and developing them further. FLINT bodies and persons are especially pervaded and sexualized by social expectations and ideas. In my work I deal with the underrepresentation of FLINT persons within the visual canon as well as their instrumentalisation. the first series of pictures develops and presents forms of emancipation, empowerment and process.
Furthermore, FIGURE, FORM aims to formulate and represent queer feminist perspectives and to take up space. To saw at the corners of the normative, to open up spaces – not to think separately but intersectionally.
2020 — ONGOING
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