Three extraordinary persons: Jonna, Kiki and Kristiina tell their story of survival. They are trans women. How does it feel to be a woman after being a male for 30 years? Were these women ever really men?
anxiety, coping, documentarism, documentary films, gender, HLBTQI, human relations, interviews, personal narrative, portraits (works of art ), sexuality
Aurora Reinhard (Author), Aurora Reinhard (Director), Aku Raski (Sound), Aurora Reinhard (Speaker)
Aurora Reinhard is a visual artist from Helsinki, Finland. She works with video, photography and multidimensional, hyper-realistic objects fetishizing the everyday. She holds MFA degree from the Academy of Fine Arts, Helsinki (2003) and she has also studied photography in the University of Gothenburg and in the International Center for Photography in New York. Her works are presented internationally, including exhibitions at the Shedhalle, Zürich; Fridericianum, Kassel; Ludwig Museum, Cologne and Platform Garanti, Istanbul. Her experimental documentary Boygirl (2002) won the International media art award from ZKM Centre for Art and Media Karlsruhe, Germany.