Vicky The Doll La muñequa

South America 2017-2018

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I could say that this project was cowardice disguised as a social experiment, but not a waste of time, it was worth it to grow, learn, cope, and live.

Vicky is born, Loka Project 003

The truth is Vicky isn’t just a photography project, Vicky is me, she is my fears, of relating, of being hurt, of being alone.

Vicky is born, Loka Project 003

Vicky was the perfect complement to one of my life’s trips, the decision to see the world alone, as a woman, without a high budget, just to live the real experience.

Vicky learns to smoke, Loka Project 003

Vicky was the excuse to interact with people along the way; by asking those people to give her or teach her something, to later photograph her with these things, here I must say that I learned that all the encounters leave their mark, but not all of them are good; and that all people have something to offer, but you don’t always have to accept it.

Vicky was the excuse to face my fears, the fear of being a woman alone and brave, the fear of danger, the fear of taking out the camera in the street, have to say, in some pictures, this last fear is more evident. Vicky was the excuse to move on, to move from one city to another one, to pursue adventures, and to find out what’s to come...

Vicky in la Pedrera Uruguay, Loka Project 003

Follow the journey ->

«Sigan ustedes sabiendo que, mucho más temprano que tarde, se abrirán las grandes alamedas por donde pase el hombre libre para construir una sociedad mejor» - Salvador Allende

Vicky in front of Salvador Allende Statue, Loka Project 003

«Keep knowing that, much sooner rather than later, the great boulevards through which the free man passes will open to build a better society» - Salvador Allende

Vicky in front of Che Guevara, Loka Project 003

«Vous continuez à savoir que, bien plus tôt que tard, les grands boulevards s'ouvriront là où l'homme libre passe pour construire une société meilleure - Salvador Allende

Vicky in th botanical garden of Curitiba, Loka Project 003

Vicky, my non-living doll, taught me how to survive.

Vicky in front of the Iguazu Falls, Loka Project 003

by Laura Londono

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