Samira Sabulis

My project involves expressive art therapy to help women heal from traumatic experiences, accept transitional periods in their lives and further their emotional, cognitive, and social integration through music, photography and movement. I want my work to speak the desired language of women empowerment, while using raw beauty as a mechanism to digest painful realities and deal facilitate healing in transitional periods that we do not often talk about. It aims to socially challenge the perception of women’s mental health issues caused by trauma and the importance of addressing these emotions. 

The bricks of lies we carry about ourselves, the lies we hide our pain behind. Instead of making us stronger, they make us weaker and vulnerable.
Some things are irreversible, carry shame and sadness. A sense of being exposed and the need to protect the self.

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United Kingdom
London
Having never touched a roadbike before, Joseph decided to take up the exercise bike and cycle 840 miles from London to St.Tropez in France (virtually) during the lockdown. He broadcast his journey live on Instagram, with a significant following building up during the tour, he eventually raised £30.0...
Mexico
Valle de bravo
These photos are part of my series "Mud" ,beauty is everywhere, framing it well is a challenging goal. When one tries to bring life to a frame, suddenly the expectations are elevated, but we do our best. Life’s a Journey.
Taiwan
New Taipei City
This series juxtaposes the torn and dirty USian flag with the naked bodies of all genders, races, sexuality, nationality, and cultural backgrounds to capture their vulnerability, emotions, and strength, critiquing the United States as the dreamland and shelter for all humans. The U.S. was alleg...
United Kingdom
London
As the UK struggles with Lockdown fatigue during the Covid19 crisis, couples and friends escape their homes to enjoy the warm weather and exercise. Swimmers respect the social distancing rules, cooling off in the River Lea, Hackney , London UK. So to get this shot I went out armed with my 70-200mm l...
Belgium
Brussels
Ethel Lilienfeld's work, which questions notions of identity, femininity and intergenerational family connectivity, is shown through an autobiographical lens. The body occupies an important place in most of the depictions arranged by the artist. While she uses photography, sound installation or vide...

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