Through my graduate collection the allegedly unambiguous Biblical Exodus narrative obtains an unexpected interpretation. I work metaphorically within the contrasting contexts of religion and sexuality with the aim to give symbols and passages from the Bible multiple meanings. Exodus seeks to allow individual interpretations. The exodus of the Israelites opposes the process of detachment from any religious system, which excludes and even demonises alter-sexuals and rejects their right for faith. This collection is an interplay of coding and decoding of symbols and signs. Each look represents a chapter of the Exodus story, Exodus 1-15 of the Old Testament of the Bible. 


Photography by Daniel Bolliger Studio