In this small series of photographs, I wanted to explore the female body as a landscape removed from the male gaze. Framing it as an uncharted topography offered the potential ecological capacity of numerous features. Forms that shelter from the elements and forms that receive. Shapes that collect pools of rain, or rise like stalagmites. The mouth of a cave that shades the undergrowth. Delicate tendrils reaching out from epiphytic roots. A surface at the mercy of skeletal plates. A nurturing biome rightfully adorned.
Thanks to Roy Ananda and Guildhouse for support in developing the language I used to give context to these works.