ARLES & AIX | FRANCE
Izithunzi Zami is a visual diary of spiritual identity of a young woman. Set in a foreign environment, it speaks of an unusual encounter the subject has with herself, often displaying gestures of discomfort and darkness. This forces her to face and challenge issues of identity, gender and spirituality. This internal conversation metaphorically sees the unfolding of dialogue through the frame and forms bold imagery that embraces the coexistence of shadow and light.