CRY

“Portraits stripped of amour to a transparent vulnerability. Individuals in private pain. shared in intimate spaces. In a poetic silence, these emotions swell, filling up the space between you and I. With each tear we shed, a new layer does emerge. Here we remain, transfixed in a state of flux, translucent beings, waiting and wanting of more. Do we dare cry?

A visual collaboration between portraiture and performance, which challenges the notion of masculinity, while transgressing the realms of sexuality. Is it still seen as a weakness for boys to cry, and what role can art play in progressing this ongoing shift in perception.