I followed you into the forest      Looking      Finding you in the snap of a branch      Which you were later to tell me was an Aspen Tree         I felt the weight of your hand      And the absence of warmth      And watched as the clouds changed behind your head      The green in your eyes so alive      //     You and Nick Caves Black, Black Hair , explores the notion of Relationship Anarchy. Connected to polyamory and non-monogamy, Relationship Anarchy distinguishes itself by proposing that there need not be a formal distinction between sexual, romantic, or platonic relationships.   Orienting my practice within the personal, this work emphasises gender and sexual fluidity, and confronts representational norms within relationship structures. Through documenting intimate moments between friends and lovers, the ritualisation of attending to connection is materialised. Desire is manifested through portraits and symbolic references to togetherness and separation as well as love and sadness.  //  2019 - Ongoing
       
     
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   I followed you into the forest      Looking      Finding you in the snap of a branch      Which you were later to tell me was an Aspen Tree         I felt the weight of your hand      And the absence of warmth      And watched as the clouds changed behind your head      The green in your eyes so alive      //     You and Nick Caves Black, Black Hair , explores the notion of Relationship Anarchy. Connected to polyamory and non-monogamy, Relationship Anarchy distinguishes itself by proposing that there need not be a formal distinction between sexual, romantic, or platonic relationships.   Orienting my practice within the personal, this work emphasises gender and sexual fluidity, and confronts representational norms within relationship structures. Through documenting intimate moments between friends and lovers, the ritualisation of attending to connection is materialised. Desire is manifested through portraits and symbolic references to togetherness and separation as well as love and sadness.  //  2019 - Ongoing
       
     

I followed you into the forest

Looking

Finding you in the snap of a branch

Which you were later to tell me was an Aspen Tree


I felt the weight of your hand

And the absence of warmth

And watched as the clouds changed behind your head

The green in your eyes so alive

//

You and Nick Caves Black, Black Hair, explores the notion of Relationship Anarchy. Connected to polyamory and non-monogamy, Relationship Anarchy distinguishes itself by proposing that there need not be a formal distinction between sexual, romantic, or platonic relationships.


Orienting my practice within the personal, this work emphasises gender and sexual fluidity, and confronts representational norms within relationship structures. Through documenting intimate moments between friends and lovers, the ritualisation of attending to connection is materialised. Desire is manifested through portraits and symbolic references to togetherness and separation as well as love and sadness.

//

2019 - Ongoing

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Ayesha Back .jpg
       
     
Poppy.jpg