Through the use of the single element of flour, Paris-based photographer Emilie Möri has created an explosive series of portraits that evoke both sensuality and spirituality. Möri floods the frame with flour as it surrounds her male and female models movements, whilst direct sunlight adds the depth.

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The body becomes the vehicle of expression, mobilising the molecules throughout the vast, dark backdrop. Hovering above hair and floating across faces, the flour forms an interactive relationship with the human counterpart. As the flour explodes in the air, ethereal white particles scatter around the frame, evoking a strong sense of dynamism. activated by the subject, with each portrait becoming an abstract interpretation of the interaction between man and meal.

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