The photo series is a very personal project. Two male figures closest to me play a prominent role here. These two men have been individuals who have guided my life and body language, the formation of women, or my masculine side for years, how I define myself as women. Difficulties in accepting the body, looking at femininity from a single perspective, cultural paradigms, detach women from their body and identity in male dominant societies.In this series, not only body language, but also metaphoric small figurative objects take place in the composition. Each object has a relationship with each other in line with my personal experiences. A male head, half a monkey figure, organ parts, chairs are connected to each other and create a banal composition with domestic plants in a very bright and distinct light composition. The chair is symbolically the throne of the modern era and symbolizes the power, but it is an important part of this photographic composition. I combine social dynamics with my own experiences and choices of existence in this series.