Plume Heters Tannenbaum
Report and creative photography.
Plume Heters -Tannenbaum was born in 1984.
She lives and works in Paris, where her studio is located.
She started writing for photographers, before producing images of her own.
Whether she uses her own body, whether anonymous faceless models appear, she tries to objectify the body, as to reverse its social process.
Because the body is freedom, it can let itself be object, in the engaged wave of a pro-sex feminist. Her work, always accumulative, is built of two parts : the societal part, visible but here brought to its end, and the intimacy part that as a matter of fact must be shown.
ROOM only exploits large format (84 x 125) and questions gender, individual identity and collective norm. Sex, skin, marks, lacks, nothing must get away from eyes or questions in these ROOM where loneliness is symbolized by a generational wreck.
UNTITLED Please insert focus on the small format (10 x 10).
Composed exclusively of selfportraits, this more global work attends to inverse time, and once again linger on social limit of modesty, couple and attachment. In this chronological pile, the image becomes fact’s proof.
From one series to another, Plume Heters - Tannenbaum works with digital, analogue or polaroid.