My favorites of her Orthodox Eros series: erotic and homosexual undertones but photographed in an Old Masters’ light that is romantic and yet uncomfortably real. They are nostalgic, dramatic and very baroque. The last, with it’s clown collar, mocks the institution of religion as fanaticism. It also goes a step further as a reference to the Shakespearean collars of a by-gone era. We are at once reminded of how antiquated some of these systems are and how silly they may appear to outsiders.
russian orthodox church set on the southern peninsula of helsinki. a series of chapels within a dark forest landscape.
created by a good friend of mine, adam fingrut, as a project during his master’s in architecture at ucla.