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Eden Levi Am

Réenchantement des corps

OPENING THURSDAY 13 2020 / 18:00-22:00
FRIDAY 14 2020 - SUNDAY 16 2020 / 12:00 - 20:00

My search for a gender identity outside binary opposites was at first intuitive, then intellectual. 

Using a performative, intimate and militant approach, I photograph my body and close friends without losing sight of the histories of their bodies and the western representations that shape them.


This lets me highlight the disenchantment of women’s bodies to render visible them as mystical flesh, rather than artificially idealized, sexualized objects. The light, space and bodies interact to depict a journey — that of a struggle to exist.


Eden Levi Am

Born in 1992 in Geneva, Eden Levi Am is a multidisciplinary visual artist. Her work includes graphic design, photography (digital and analog) and video. She graduated from CFPA in 2011 and she finished her master ES in Photography at the CEPV in July 2018. She uses her art to convey political messages. The theme at the heart of her personal work is gender identity. Through documentary, feminist and intimate approaches, she challenges the Western iconography of social representations and suggests new ones.

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