Essay and photograph by guest blogger and queer feminist artist Jannica Honey.
‘I am not sure who you are but I recognise you’, essay and image by guest blogger Jannica Honey.
Guest blogger and photographer Jannica Honey has joined Feminine Moments where she will be sharing a series of her writings. Her blog post explores the question, what is the “thing” with naked bodies in nature?
Essay and images by Jannica Honey. “Inside my Edinburgh flat, it was hot. Glasgow based artist Elizabeth and I was busy gazing at each other over zoom. …”
Video (4:17): BBC Scotland has made a short interview with photographer Jannica Honey who has experienced being censored and banned from Facebook and Instagram for her artworks recently.
Jannica Honey, ‘When Fife Contemporary commissioned me I knew it was an extraordinary opportunity to not only support young people to create art/photography, but also raise awareness around representation and Identity. Human rights are about visibility and LGBT History Month is all about that.’
Video (11:52): When The Blackbird Sings by Jannica Honey (2018). Interview with the photographer and her models. When the Blackbird Sings started when Honey felt compelled to reaffirm her own ‘feminine voice’.
Artist statement and photos by Jannica Honey. Swedish photographer Jannica Honey, based in Scotland, presents her latest feminist art project ‘When the Blackbird Sings’ which focuses on the female body and its links with nature.