Haotique, aka Piyi Daniilidi, is a Greek fine art photographer based in Berlin, whose work primarily focuses on nude art, particularly female bodies, with the intention of portraying them in their natural state, free from objectification and historical stereotypes.

Her project, Bysternia, is a series of photographs showcasing nudity in a village setting to challenge societal norms and expectations that often deem nudity inappropriate in public areas.

Haotique’s work serves as a playful commentary on the freedom and comfort that comes with being true to oneself, even in a setting where it may not be accepted. She encourages viewers to consider the societal constructs that influence and shape our attitudes towards nudity.

I wanted to show how natural can be a naked body in a residential area  in a Greek island.

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Francesca Allen