Nicolas Mondestin’s most recent body of work starts as an exploration of the relationship that exists between female bodies and the spaces they evolve in—in this case, nature. Bare female bodies are seen holding court evolving in a safe space, untouched by man-made constructions and constraints. The work questions not only the reciprocal influence between female bodies and nature, but also between the female body and society. It examines how bodies are shaped by societal views and how we transform them in return.

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