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Rewilding the Feminine
Madison Donohue

Rewilding the Feminine, Madison Donohue

Rewilding the Feminine, Madison DonohueRewilding the Feminine
Madison Donohue
Griffith College and PhotoIreland


32 pages
150 x 210 mm
ISBN Not Available


The book ‘Women Who Run with the Wolves’ by Clarissa Pinkola Estés was a large inspiration for Donohue’s project Rewilding the Feminine. Estés’ work explores the wild woman archetype and women’s connection to soul and nature. Through those explorations Donohue was able to shape her own work. Rewilding the Feminine is an approach to reconnect with the inner self, back towards nature employing the use of a gentler, more feminine energy. Donohue’s work seeks to find and show these connections between the feminine and nature knowing that they are intrinsically connected. Because the feminine form and soul have always found representation in nature, her images explore both the female form and the natural landscape.
(source: blurb)

About the Artist
Madison Donohue is an American photographer who studied at Griffith College, graduating in 2021.

About the Publishers
Founded in 2009, PhotoIreland was conceived as an organisation that stimulates a dialogue around photography in Ireland by developing a varied array of initiatives and events with a strong participative approach.

Griffith College is a private university based in Dublin.

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