s i s t e r h o o d the relationship between sisters. A feeling of kinship with and closeness to a group of women or all women. An association or community of women linked by a common interest, religion, or trade. Meaning: Oxford dictionary
A documentation based on the theme SISTERHOOD shown through a series of photographs that is structured around the titles: SHELTER
A documentation that portrays MY families love, life and friendship with emphasis around creativity and the happiness in which it brings to us…. The images will be compiled into a book that will show strong evidence and exploration of sisterhood structured around the title shelter and what it means to us as a family…
S H E L T E R 1 provide with shelter. 2 find refuge or take cover. 3 (sheltered) protected from having to do or face something difficult.
Growing up and living in a small space we became a close family. We became immune to bad habits and developed an acceptance of each other. As we have grown older we all have had the choice to move away and live independently, but choose to stay together…perhaps we don’t ever want to leave our childhood behind…. WHY SHELTER? Most of our childhood was spent camping. Our parents allowed us to escape the cramped conditions of London and enjoy the freedom of an outdoor lifestyle. Despite this freedom our second home became a smaller a 1970s ridge tent, it was our shelter, our security and we were happy.
L U C Y O R T A a British contemporary visual artist.Her sculptural work investigates the boundaries between the body and architecture exploring their common social factors such as communication and identity.
The purpose of the book and images will provide an embodiment of work that fully translates our style as a family and will provide the first documentation of our specialism's within a team…e.g… SPECIAL EFFECTS GRAPHIC DESIGN STYLING & PHOTOGRAPHY