Wind Dancers: Nude models in nature filmed by art model Anastasia Kole

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Anastasia Kole speaking about feminine sexuality in art:

I was surrounded by amazing nature and beautiful women. It all happened naturally. As a model, when I work in such a beautiful natural setting, in my mind I try to blend in the landscape, fill in the composition, imitate the curves of a tree, or angles of a stone. To me, it happens on a very intuitive level. I just let myself be natural and connect with the surroundings. Then I feel like I belong, like I am part of this rock, part of this planet, part of this universe. My moves become smooth and organic as a continuation of nature around me. It is an incredible spiritual experience and that is what I was trying to capture in my video.

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Sex is a part of our life. Our sexuality is what makes us who we are. Feminine sexuality is what has been inspiring artists all over the world from the beginning of time. It is something compelling to the viewer on a very instinctive level.

But that’s also why I think it is often abused by those artists who have nothing else to say. In my opinion, an artist should work with this subject with caution and responsibility. Sexuality is just an aspect, that by no means should be oppressed, but there is more to a woman.

My sexuality is a part of who I am and I don’t want to separate it from myself. I enjoy every aspect of my femininity and am very confident in my body. But I prefer to create images that are not just about my sexy-ness. Yes, I am a woman, I am sexual, I am sensual, I have breasts and hips, I am a carrier of all those features that can be taken and separated from me, and objectified for the viewer’s pleasure. But firstly, I am a human. We should learn to see a human, a unique wholeness of features, and feelings, and experiences, behind every woman, no matter how she decides to express herself in her life. That’s what my own photography is about, it’s about humans. Even though, most of my models so far have been females, the gender doesn’t matter to me that much. That is why to me feminism is, first of all, humanism.

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