Hami Roshan – Metamorphosis
Berlin’s heightened nature gives way to experience a sort of constant craziness, whereas, if you travel out just a bit into the nature, you can feel a sense of silence from the many beautiful lakes surrounding the whirling city sounds. There, photographer Hami Roshan portraits a power in the silence between a woman and nature, her body delivering a raw, poetic responsibility in our society. Sarah Nevada uses excerpts of Hans Christian Anderson’s “Little Mermaid” to express the inner surrender a woman receives while taking clear steps in humanity to assume her position; to deem the honor in which mother nature enables to all women to carry on life on this planet.
“Then your tail will divide and shrink until it becomes what the people on earth call a pair of shapely legs. But it will hurt; it will feel as if a sharp sword slashed through you. Everyone who sees you will say that you are the most graceful human being they have ever laid eyes on, for you will keep your gliding movement and no dancer will be able to tread as lightly as you. But every step you take will feel as if you were treading upon knife blades so sharp that blood must flow. I am willing to help you, but are you willing to suffer all this?”