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All Flowers In Time Bend Towards The Sun

All Flowers In Time Bend Towards The Sun explores the intimacy of a relationship between a woman and a younger man. The context of the pandemic limited our movements, modifying and disrupting the different phases of relationships born in this period. Deprived of social rituals – such as dates in bars or restaurants – knowledge and discovery took place through the exploration of bodies in intimate situations at home or in nature. The project presents a close-up investigation in which the man becomes the artist’s muse, in opposition to the dominant image of the woman as the artist's source of inspiration. It also seeks to challenge the social prejudice that persists against relationships which invert sexual and power roles between man and woman. The diptychs alternate between close-ups of men's bodies and still-lifes; a dualism that becomes a metaphor for powerful sensuality.

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