Everything's Covered in Champaign - Micha Serraf by Micha Serraf at White Label Project
Everything's Covered in Champaign - Micha Serraf by Micha Serraf at White Label Project

Everything's Covered in Champaign - Micha Serraf

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Exclusive edition of 25 pieces. 

Art photography by South African photographer Micha Serraf based in Capetown.

This series, titled Future of Gender, is an attempt at finding the means and the methods of conjuring what Bell Hooks refers to as ‘feminist masculinity’. A masculinity that is abundantly concerned with reciprocal coexistence with the community in which it exists. A masculinity that is abundantly concerned with the well-being of women, other men, queers, children, the environment, the past, and a sustainable future. A gentle future - together, where soft is strong.

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Sizes: 90 cm x 60 cm, 120 cm x 80 cm

Color: White, brown, blue, red

Material variant: Hahnemühle fine art print, photo print on alu-dibond

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Meet Micha Serraf

Micha Serraf was born and raised in Zimbabwe and fled to South Africa where he is currently based. In the mobility that has been a defining factor of his life, Micha has taken note of the behavior of themselves and other foreign nationals in their navigation of post-apartheid South Africa. They are acutely aware of the safest shape they need to take on to survive particular contexts. This fluid presentation of self and the ability to be malleable are tactics used to access acceptance and camouflage. In this exposure to several ways of existing, Micha has experienced and observed a variety of gender norms, enactments, and ideologies.