De la serie El jardín perdido
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Appearance (Philosophy)
Inequality
Visions
Iconography
Foreign languages
Appearance (Philosophy)
Visions
Iconography
Foreign languages
Appearance (Philosophy)
Inequality
Visions
Iconography
Foreign languages
Reflection (Philosophy)
Visions
Iconography
Foreign languages
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Abstract

This article showcases one of the photographic series of the artist Hanna Ramone: The Lost Garden. The series builds a reflection on the social problem of feminicide. This phenomenon affects women of all ages and nationalities, going mostly unpunished. The Lost Garden encloses the desire to show an empowerment generated from a community that struggles for equality and the understanding of the body from a political standpoint. There is a vision that reacts and seeks to make visible an ongoing issue that after centuries continues to present a distorted image of the human. The artist builds a framework from the heterogeneity of bodies, a resistance from a particular perspective where photography becomes a spokesman for corporeal language, as an imposing presence that is conjugated in a libertarian cry

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