In collaboration with Tamara Liardet and Julie Babey, I contributed to a photographic project exploring the physical constraints imposed on women. Hands placed on bodies serve as a visual metaphor, symbolizing societal constraints that often limit female freedom. Executed within a workshop at HEAD, focusing on portraiture, editing, and visual storytelling, this project is part of a deep reflection on contemporary social issues.

Each image tells a story, capturing the essence of the struggle against these invisible constraints. The artistic collaboration between the photographers and the workshop framework, supervised by Florine Bonaventure, allowed for the exploration of unique and impactful visual expressions.

This photographic project aspires to prompt reflection on the norms and expectations imposed on women, providing a visual platform to express the challenges and aspirations related to the pursuit of freedom and equality.