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Living in a Western society where virtually all taboos have fallen. Everything has been done, seen, admired, nothing remains that can shock.

Are we really that free?

I’ll be your mirror became a social depiction of a taboo conflict that is considered nonexistent in the artistic community. It reflects on how characters in my life experience their own bodies. Personality is shaped by cultural identity and our bodies are scarred by that.


The following images visualize the answer to my ever-returning question:

Will you pose for me? How much of yourself do you dare to expose in front of my camera?

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