FLOZ

Elisa Giacomello

 

 

Sous ma plume

 

I think body, love and pleasure are basis of our life. When instinctual demands have no satisfaction and people have no right to express their needs, an intolerable condition arise. Because social, family or educational conditionings, the connection with ourselves is lacking. There is a deny of the dark, inaccessible part of our personality, that shout inside us. Photography can be a way to connect with the inner part of ourselves, to explore and present our physical and soul needs, in order to observe our taboo without judgment and transform the images in a sort of people desire symbols.

 

Elisa Giacomello was born in 1980. Graduated in Japanese art, she is interested on Japanese ’70 photographer. In 2012, she turned to an intimistic way to depict the human bodies and desires, using a rough photographical technique.