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Warning: This post contains nudity and may not be suitable for work environments. Photographer Anastasia Kuba grew up feeling beautiful. She had light eyes, blond hair and big breasts, attributes conventionally defined as such. From a young age, she was showered with attention. But Kuba.
Yes, this is awkward, and that's the point. Through her conversations, Kuba learned that although body positivity is important, it's not the only answer. Beauty is often more complex than physical attributes or empowered self-love. "What the body looks like has nothing to do with.
She also looks through the photos along with them, deleting any image the subjects aren't comfortable with. To completely relinquish any sense of authority, Kuba allows her subjects to photograph her naked in return, if they so choose. "I want to capture them as they.
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Photography shifted, as well. Previously Kuba had been focused on boudoir photography, capturing the sexual appeal of bodies. With her new work, Kuba wanted to focus on what it means to exist in a body. No over-arching theme or message. Just truth. "Bodies tell stories.
"There was nothing else I thought I had to offer. I was young - I hadn't really established my identity yet, who I was." To support herself in her early 20s, after moving from Russia to the United States, Kuba worked as a topless dancer. It.
As raw as possible.". Kuba eventually noticed an unusual outcome of her images - many of her subjects, in their unclothed state, resembled children. It's not quite what you'd expect from a nude photo, nor something Kuba was expecting, but there it was. "They look.
"By the end of doing the shoot, I developed a much more kind relationship with my body and its presence one subject, Neil, wrote following the shoot. "I felt more able to look in the mirror and not just see something merely sexual, inherently female.
Although Kuba doesn't disagree with the sentiment, for her, it misses the mark. "We usually talk about the body positivity movement by saying 'everyone tells us were not beautiful enough, but look at us, we are.' I was in a different boat. I was told.
You can look however you look and feel however you feel and those things are not linked. Someone can look at you and say youre so beautiful but it doesnt matter. Its about how safe you feel inside yourself.". After the initial conversation, Kuba's subject.