To live and to love is visceral.
This project has been made as a means to understand the parallels between my migration from Brazil to Australia and my recent separation from my husband of 10 years. Drawing from aspects of Magical Realism and the Anthropophagic Manifesto, it focuses on exploring the layers that constitute my hybrid identity. These images were made without censorship and through them I share the disorders, choices and metamorphoses that have allowed me to simply live since I left my ex-husband. The images aim to have provocation and stimuli that deconstruct notions and customary ways of thinking. They also point out divergent paths that do not mix or unify; they affirm differences and diversity, fluidity and flexibility.