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A Woman Who

is a series of close ups of my body. Where stretch marks, stomach rolls, marks after underwear and body hair, which are seen as the ugly part of the body, become something beautiful. These series of self portraits focus on what is like to be a woman today, being my own muse and be comfortable in my own skin. To grown into womanhood and learn to find beauty in these lines of history, these of love lines.

A Woman Who is also an extention of a poem with the same name that wrote. 

Write in movements. Engage in movements. Breaking boundaries. Get the body rolling. Being, a desired object.
A little off stage. A little off frame. A little off page. My skin, against the floor. Against, the wall. I have all the control. I`m strong enough. Be my own muse.
A good female viewer. The pleasure. The thrill. The rush. The excess. Desire and passion. A woman who.

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