Photographer’s Controversial Experiment Shows What Happens When Strangers Who Just Met Pretend To Be In Love http://ift.tt/2pbEKdr

marzo 13, 2018

Marie Hyld is a 24-year-old photographer and she says that she is tired from the “same polished posts, pictures, and updates” in social media. After deciding to create “something real” she started her project called Lifeconstruction where she pretends to have serious relationships with random strangers she just met before the photos were taken.

Marie Hyld has told the INSIDER that she met her models on Tinder where she declared in her bio that she is looking for people to photograph them with her as if they were a real couple, and if somebody swipes right that means they agree to participate in this project.

“Once or twice I was quite shaken due to a participant crossing my limits. But I was kind of prepared for that to happen, and I can now say that it has helped me get to know myself better.” Marie claimed her boyfriend was nothing but supportive, giving her the freedom to create the way she saw fit.

Marie says we all “should always dare to reach out” to create intimacy and “depth” with others. “It’s important to search, find, and fill yourself with something real.”

More info: squarespace.com | Facebook (h/t)

Image credits: Marie Hyld

Image credits: Marie Hyld

Image credits: Marie Hyld

Image credits: Marie Hyld

Image credits: Marie Hyld

Image credits: Marie Hyld

Image credits: Marie Hyld

Image credits: Marie Hyld

Image credits: Marie Hyld

Image credits: Marie Hyld

Image credits: Marie Hyld

Image credits: Marie Hyld



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