Happily Ever After

“Happily Ever After” (2016-ongoing) is a collection of vernacular wedding photographs made between the 30s and the 60s in which every male figure has been deleted with fuchsia nail polish, an element taken from the female imagery and used ironically. This damnatio memoriae operation on one hand is a critique towards the wedding as an institution and it speaks indirectly about feminicides, on the other it reflects on the aesthetic homogeneity of this photographic genre, highlighting the repetition of situations and poses.