(De)Landscaping The Feminine Form

Danae Char, an Athens-based photographer, uses her camera to express herself, focusing on presenting the human body from a feminist perspective while promoting inclusivity. In her project, “(De)Landscaping the Feminine Form,” she sparks a contemporary discussion about desire and breaking free from societal norms imposed on femininities. Danae aims to initiate a conversation, about the experience of exposing one’s naked body to nature and embracing imperfections as natural and universal. She advocates for a return to nature and the independent crafting of identities by and for women. The project features four unique landscapes, each representing different surfaces and textures, encouraging the acceptance of strength and vulnerabilities without self-censorship. Additionally, it highlights the importance of supporting one another in a patriarchal society that perpetuates marginalization and isolation.


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