Corpus Vertebrae: investigating body and soul scars

There is no mystery that, since the first time I noticed the works of Corpus Vertebrae (Michalina Wozniak), I fell in love with her delicate and intense way to narrate, trough the lens of her camera, the soul of her models. That’s why I asked her to collaborate with me on this postcard set and I sell some notebooks with her artwork.

I am constantly following her artistic path and I can not help but notice, how her skills are improving day by day.

I am not talking here about technical (photographic) skills, I am referring to her tactful, yet intense way to touch some delicate topics.

Mental illness, solitude, physical disability and the never-ending confrontation with death are returning themes on Corpus Vertebrae’s photography, and she has one of the most respectful, delicate ways to speak about them I’ve ever seen.

If you still have not seen her works around the net, I strongly suggest you to check her Tumblr page.

 

 

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