In everyday life we are forced to confront ourselves with labels society puts on behaviours, on people. If you steal, you are a thief, if you have homosexual sex, you are gay, if you do something good, you are a good person, if you practice bondage, you are a pervert. But it’s not like that, we are far more complex than that. We simply are. Different, everyone. Everyone is a unique cocktail of experiences that label will never be able to describe. In this I see beauty. In the complex, in the different. I talked about this beauty through a practice, a more and more common one, bondage. I decided to give it a homemade look by not using the professional equipment, but through everyday objects, to show it’s normality. I talked about the dignity that comes with it and the happiness and pleasure that comes with the liberation from labels.
“If you steal, you are a thief. If you practice bondage, you are a pervert. It's not like that, we simply are. Different, everyone.”