~ Pinar Yolacan

"I make the clothes the morning of the shoot, so the meat doesn’t rot. In  Bahia, I froze it beforehand, so it wouldn’t get smelly, because it’s  really hot. It’s quite domestic, really—I have to buy meat, clean up,  sew. For this series, I got the fabrics in local markets, and the meat,  too. I try to accentuate each woman’s skin tone and expression with the  clothes; I take Polaroids of them when I first meet them, then I work  from those."
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