Photographer Klavdia Balampanidou is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘From Hand to Mouth’To see Klavdia’s body of work, click on any image.






The project developed under the need for personal expression through a stressful situation, as a way to an exploration of internal turmoil and with the attempt to regain intimacy with oneself. At the same time, aims to explore issues of anxiety, depression, fragility and feelings of instability. The objects, the gestures and the bodies are in a constant dialogue, presenting the causes and the effects of this conflict and showing how painful and full of tension this process can be.
The title is a reference to Bruce Nauman same titled sculpture with wax (1967).







All images and text © Klavdia Balampanidou



See also:

They Sing a Song Only You Can Hear

By Klavdia Balampanidou





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