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Mother, here I come

A series of three portraits of women days before giving birth to their child. They stand behind a transparant cloth, where the space for the baby has been cut out carefully in such a way that it becomes the holder of an invisible life where the mother  watching over her child by literally standing behind the life that is pushing through. It also shows the mystery of woman; to be able to fertilize naturally and to transform physically - to eventually give birth so that the natural process can be completed and the baby can begin to breathe on its own. An abstract universal earthly wonder, poetic and intense with its own language that relies on the visible and invisible. 


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