"As an art photographer, I am committed to developing a new photographic language that responds more to my imagination than to what I see with my eyes. I am convinced that photographers should go beyond the usual and be imaginative and creative. No doubt, the photo medium opens its way to art."
Born and educated in Puerto Rico, Haydee Yordan has traveled extensively and experienced different cultures. Her work has been exhibited in four international photography Biennials, in several art galleries, published in magazines and belongs to private collections. Yordan has received awards and recognitions by notable institions like the IPA, WPGA and Gala Awards.
"In 2015 I published a controversial photo-book on gender, titled "Borrando Generos" or "Erasing Gender" where I use the camera to creatively photograph the "future" to support my artistic hypothesis about the evolution of a new gender, time and space no one has yet seen. My rebellious and daring personality is evident in my photography."
This review was published by Circle Foundation for the Arts © CFA Press ∙ Images are courtesy of the artist