I am Love
by Urszula Kluz-Knopek
being in love with her child (who is transforming into an adult), but it is an attempt to bow down to a person. It is a story about the hyper-realistic and unconditioned desire to commune.
Giving birth is the only moment of a sincere and extreme opening towards the other person, and the mother’s stomach is the only place that you can say you had actually been there.
|Tags||abstract, body, conceptual, face , gender, nude, woman|
|Technique||Cinematic arts (Video,...)|