Untitled # 01, 2017, 4x5 film, archival inkjet print, 16 x 24”  During my exploration process, I experiment with combining photography and sculpture to present objectification in different locations, levels and ways. I aim to make the viewer question the role of women in society. In this project, I photograph women in the museum setting to equate women’s value with the function of an object in a museum. In the new approach, I represent woman as a museum sculpture like the way a bust is displayed in the museum to reference the fantasy of perfection and worth which is a universal issue in women’s objectification. Thus, my entire body of work tries to communicate the idea that objectification of women occurs across countries, societies and religions, while also highlighting the paradoxical nature of simultaneous value and oppression.
       
     
 Untitled # 02, 2017, 4x5 film, archival inkjet print, 16 x 24”
       
     
 Untitled # 03, 2017, 4x5 film, archival inkjet print, 16 x 24”
       
     
 Untitled # 04, 2017, 4x5 film, archival inkjet print, 16 x 24”
       
     
 Untitled # 05, 2017, 4x5 film, archival inkjet print, 16 x 24”
       
     
 Untitled # 06, 2017, 4x5 film, archival inkjet print, 16 x 24”
       
     
 Untitled # 01, 2017, 4x5 film, archival inkjet print, 16 x 24”  During my exploration process, I experiment with combining photography and sculpture to present objectification in different locations, levels and ways. I aim to make the viewer question the role of women in society. In this project, I photograph women in the museum setting to equate women’s value with the function of an object in a museum. In the new approach, I represent woman as a museum sculpture like the way a bust is displayed in the museum to reference the fantasy of perfection and worth which is a universal issue in women’s objectification. Thus, my entire body of work tries to communicate the idea that objectification of women occurs across countries, societies and religions, while also highlighting the paradoxical nature of simultaneous value and oppression.
       
     

Untitled # 01, 2017, 4x5 film, archival inkjet print, 16 x 24”

During my exploration process, I experiment with combining photography and sculpture to present objectification in different locations, levels and ways. I aim to make the viewer question the role of women in society. In this project, I photograph women in the museum setting to equate women’s value with the function of an object in a museum. In the new approach, I represent woman as a museum sculpture like the way a bust is displayed in the museum to reference the fantasy of perfection and worth which is a universal issue in women’s objectification. Thus, my entire body of work tries to communicate the idea that objectification of women occurs across countries, societies and religions, while also highlighting the paradoxical nature of simultaneous value and oppression.

 Untitled # 02, 2017, 4x5 film, archival inkjet print, 16 x 24”
       
     

Untitled # 02, 2017, 4x5 film, archival inkjet print, 16 x 24”

 Untitled # 03, 2017, 4x5 film, archival inkjet print, 16 x 24”
       
     

Untitled # 03, 2017, 4x5 film, archival inkjet print, 16 x 24”

 Untitled # 04, 2017, 4x5 film, archival inkjet print, 16 x 24”
       
     

Untitled # 04, 2017, 4x5 film, archival inkjet print, 16 x 24”

 Untitled # 05, 2017, 4x5 film, archival inkjet print, 16 x 24”
       
     

Untitled # 05, 2017, 4x5 film, archival inkjet print, 16 x 24”

 Untitled # 06, 2017, 4x5 film, archival inkjet print, 16 x 24”
       
     

Untitled # 06, 2017, 4x5 film, archival inkjet print, 16 x 24”