Wamaitha Ng’ang’a – Metamorphosis
Estimated Value: $1000
People rarely talk about emotional side of scoliosis like many physical disabilities. Most conversations focus on the medical aspects: how fast the curves progress and which treatments are effective. Yet for people with scoliosis, emotional effects are as real as the physical ones—sometimes more so. Uneven posture or even wearing a brace often makes kids with scoliosis feel ostracised from their peers.
This goes on into adulthood affecting self-image. How one dresses- clothing that would show the spine curvature and in cases like in Wamaitha, very obvious protruding scapula wing were to be avoided. Prior surgery, She states she would never put any open back clothing and even normal clothes like anything tight around her upper body would make me very self-conscious affecting my self-esteem and my body-images. This project celebrates my personal freedom to finally show her back with no negative emotions.
Terms and Conditions
- Winner will pay for shipping
- Print from London to New York via DHL