The current project is a bit different from what I have done
to this day. It is much more mellow and modest in the aspect
of production, and speaks (as usual for me) about women,
body shapes, and the image I see in my eyes. It is a kind of
combination between photography and psychological therapy.
For both sides. the project is a kind of search for the way
in terms of its contents and in terms of visibility and it
develops while moving and photographing.
The main motif in it is what the girls wear - which is
usually black leotard.
It doesn’t try to be something that talks about sexuality
but about the perspective in this situation, while trying to
understand the process the girls are going through in the
encounter, and the most important thing for me is for the
girls to be comfortable and have fun.
I will probably present as I presented before my previous
projects (in the museum / galleries), but not everyone who
have participated and photographed necessarily wants her
pictures to be shown, which is also fine by me.
The final result is not as important to me as the process
that I go through with the girls and they go through with
me. Even if some of the pictures will not be displayed or
exposed, the meeting does its work in terms of insights and
experience. It’s amazing to me that the vast majority of the
girls who were photographed have met me for the first time
in the studio (after a familiarity with Facebook or so)
Of course, apart from photographing the photos for the
project that I don’t want to publish until everything is
consolidated, I photograph those who come to me with their
own several sets of clothes, whatever they want - so that
they will have nice pictures for themselves to publish