Orenda is an Iroquois deity, a Native American population as well
an untranslatable word into other languages, the meaning of which is:
“The power to change the world even against an adverse fate”.
Orenda in fact consists of a spiritual energy that pervades the animate and inanimate beings of the universe and that can be used and transmitted according to the will of its owner.
From this meaning, therefore, a photographic project is born divided into two parts, one female (Fango) and one male (Supersiti) as I believe that the power to change the world despite adversity is inherent in the whole of humanity, transcending from the sex itself. owns.
Orenda is a photographic project essentially dedicated to the psychological violence of men against women, as well as the response of the latter in facing in silence a discomfort that too often is not considered or listened to.
Orenda wants to be a proactive, confident and positive project dedicated to everyone.