FLYING GIRLS

Posted: May 20, 2012 in Uncategorized

Just a few decades ago, this was a common image of Vietnamese women – housewives, destined for a predefined life of chores and maternity. In our age, being a housewife is no longer their only vocation. They make their own decisions and choices, and lead their own lives. They study abroad, go out, have careers, and choose whom to love and when to have a family of their own.

Flying girls is a project which tries to capture the image of the young generation of Vietnamese women wearing Vietnamese traditional long dress who are currently studying in the UK to bolster their beautiful spirit and future. Get involved this project, I have a chance to make use of photography skills and apply knowledge of creativity from university in the process to work with Vietnamese girls who are studying and working in UK. Furthermore I have to learn how to set the wooden block to each girl which is similar to ‘creative constraints” to encourage their creativity.

 

 

 

 

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