Feel the attraction, adore me”

In my performances I reveal the desire to be loved.

I represent the inner struggle between the desire to be graceful and loved, and the destructive side that breaks through obsession again. Starting from beauty that slowly unfolds to the powerlessness that balances between horror and pleasure.

The most famous description of Lilith comes from Judaism and tells that she was the first wife of Adam. She did not submit to Adam and fled from paradise. She is connected with the instinctive female sexuality and the female power. Because she did not allow herself to be oppressed by the man, she is often seen as a symbol for feminists.

This feminist character is reflected in my work, where I enters the role of the temptress again and visualize my point of view as a free woman. As well as, the struggle that woman have been conducting with the man for centuries.