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love, sex and relationships is a book of photography and text by Loredana Denicola co-curated by Steve Bisson. It will be co-created through public funding, a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter. Anyone who wants to take part in can add his name and email in the sign up form below. You'll be informed once the campaign is launched.

Photography is used as a therapeutic process. Pain is transformed as it starts relating with the outside world becoming an opening rather than a closure. 

This project can arouse interest in the scientific community from a psychological, sociological, anthropological and artistic-therapeutic, as well as photographic point of view. 

love, sex and relationships started before the time of Brexit and the advent of Covid-19, therefore it is a documentation that embraces these time frames: interviews and photographs were taken from 2015 to 2017, post production from 2017 to 2021.

The project, currently nearing completion, was born in 2015 from an abusive relationship with my ex-partner. The book is in English language. The pages are 240.

By backing this initiative, you will enable me to realise this ambitious publishing project: producing a limited edition print off-set of 300 photo books, numbered and signed. This project has been my prime focus during the last five years and I will continue to expand and develop it as I am determined to make a significant difference. 

Your donation will assist me with the realisation of a dream, believing that hard work can really make dreams come true. You will also help me to move closer to my goal of making this work visible, through the realisation of the books and possibly the creation of a photography lab where the process of using photography and self-observation can be continued.

Photography is therapy. Hope you will enjoy it!

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