''Do what you need to feel at home in your body''. That was her message, one year ago, after standing half-naked inside a Gallery window display in Berlin, covering her body with stencil tattoos. How she kept spreading her thoughts and questions during a very unexpected year? What is her main inspiration? Read all about Julim and her glitched universe.
This series was named after the myth of androgynous: the original being in greek mythology had two heads, four arms, four legs and two sexes, before being separated by the wrath of god. This creature represents the coexistence of opposites, the feminine and masculine, complete and perfect. These photos explore this myth from a post-gender perspective and rethink this duality and binary, and the ideal of 'other half'. They draw a cartography of relationships where the connections are materialized through chains.
"Never believe that you are anything other than what it might appear to others that what you were or could have been was anything other than what you were that it would appear to them to be something else." Lewis Carroll
''Wake up Alice... you have slept for an incredibly long time.'' Lewis Carrol