The cacti are growing out of the windows. They are stretching upward as if protecting the tall white building. I want to peek out of one of the windows, but the chair I’m crouching on is tilting. I’m trying to stand up.
“In this series I worked through the experiences and stories of young girls of the same age as me, as well as my own stories, contemplating on the fears and anxieties, the clumsiness of becoming a woman, and growing up.”
This is the latest photo-project by Hanna Rédling, a young photographer from Hungary who just graduated from Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design in Budapest.
Hanna’s series is sentimental and impressive, entirely captured on 35mm film.