Mycoze is a prosexe queer feminist photographer based in Tiohtià:ke (known as Montreal). As a photographer, she wants to facitilitate the creation of new images in body representation that are faithful to the staged models. She aims to diversify the aesthetic landscape that surrounds us and also brings a new perspective on our relation to the body. Mycoze’s latest serie “Keniya and Noah” combines eroticism and marginality.
“Most of my projects are collaborations between the models and myself. I want Mycoze to be a safe space and environment of creation for queer models and artists. In every photoshoot, I want to elvove and push forward my ideas by exploring different themes in my projects. I do not always want my project to revolve around nudity. I aim to create a unique project with each model, where they feel free to explore their intimacy in a safe, consensual and comfortable environment. I try to accessorize in a way that complements their naked bodies, with glitter, clay, plants, to name a few. I also like to work with fashion, using different fabrics like velvet and satin. Every project is born out of exchanges with the models and our common inspirations. Without my entourage and collaborations, I could not have carried my art where it is today.”