Julia Vogelweith

Julia Vogelweith

Visible. Invisible.

by Julia Vogelweith (Luxembourg)

Visible. Invisible. Our identity can conceal as much as it reveals about us. At times we wish we could shrug it off, like too-warm clothing on a hot summer’s day. But an identity is not something that we wear. Trying to hide it is like trying to deny your very self. Early in life, Julia Vogelweith unconsciously decides to efface, to deconstruct her uniqueness, at a time when disenchantment with her father coincides with the awakening of her own personality.

Portfolio from the Visual poetry workshop with Rinko Kawauchi, July 2014.

Personal meeting with MARTA DAHÓ,
Independent curator and teacher of History of photography

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