Yatender‘s flash guides us in the dark night and invites us to a waking dream to explore the unpredictable beauty of the daily life. The photograph seeks for beauty in imperfections, and for a lively languor personified by the neon light.
The body is a key element in Yatender’s work. It offers wobbly positions, it is curled up, represented as a wild animal. Yatender uses photography as a vector of freedom. It is a moment for adolescence, clumsiness and discovery. Red, the colour of blood and passion, and blue, used to symbolise night and fantasy – both suggest a new body to become.
There is something wonderful and unexpected about the human body and its strangeness.