Pullingis a series that depicts womxn, as a strong and powerful center. It represents womxn as a monument, breaking away from how we perceive the female body. Drifting from the sensual and sexualized femme fatale, I explore through my body concepts of strength and power. The hair symbolizes the physical vigor and virility within the action of pulling. Inner and outer forces that are constantly dragging them, but make them stay firm. It is a body of work that offers landscapes as bodyscapes and bodyscapes as landscapes, a journey in which the concepts progress from one frame to another. An unsexualized depiction, that gives importance to a woman’s cycle of growth, knowledge, strength and struggle.