Humans are social creatures relying on complex communication to establish hierarchy and harmony within their group.
One of the most visible and expressive parts of the human body is the face, not only used to identify one person from another but the appearance of people (makeup, piercings, facial hair, etc.) can tell a lot about oneself.
The focus of this photographic exploration is to observe how the model can convey feelings without the help of facial expressions.
A scarf has been chosen as a symbol of duality because even though it is meant to cover the body, it can be used to express emotion and character. Its volatility and interaction with the air whilst manipulated by the model is, in my vision, reminiscent of a representation of emotion, also defined by the Oxford dictionary as “connected with people’s feelings”.