Paris, May 2018
My fascination with Aurélie, who deals with issues of female identity in her own intentionally amateur footage, led me to Paris. My confrontation with this virtual-turned-real persona, where the boundaries of encounter made themselves present, turned me to document portraits of women from ads in public spaces. These images-products of the fashion industry, produced in France and distributed all over the world, became my newfound obsession. This publication is the result of my six-day stay in ‘Paris, May 2018’. It includes a series of 64 portraits from street commercials, a poem, and the texts ‘I’m all yours’, and ‘Paris’.