A Visual Poem to Motherhood
Maude Arsenault is a Canadian photographer and curator. Her work is geared towards the investigation of “woman in the context of domesticity and intimacy.” Her photo book titled, “Entangled,” explores models of feminity. As a woman, brought up in a progressive home, and now a mother herself, her thoughts gather around the concept of what represents a “future young woman.”
“Entangled” is Maude’s visual poem to adulthood, and how culture preserves the concept of motherhood. She states, “I feel often trapped in the person I have been trying to be my entire life. Now I stand, shaky but alive, looking away at my world as a female with the best possible hope.”
Maude’s work was published in Vogue Australia, Nylon, and LensCulture. For more information about “Entangled,” check out deadbeatclubpress.com
Maude’s work can also be seen on her website here.