Witches Of Vanity

“Magic. Dark. Femine. Unforgiving. Not to be forgiven. Witches have been streotyped and burned alive. The age of witch-hunting spanned more than four centuries (from the 14th to the 17th century) in its sweep from Germany to England. It was born in feudalism and lasted—gaining in virulence—well into the “age of reason.” The witch-craze took different forms at different times and places, but never lost its essential character. The witch-hunts left a lasting effect: An aspect of the female has ever since been associated with the witch, and an aura of contamination has remained. It was to become a theme of our history. Jar Concengco (www.campfiremedia.net) takes out his lenses and shoots the “witches” in his life.

No brooms – just vanity.

*Thanks to Owen’s stylish wand.” – angelica

photography: jar concengco

stylist: owen buenaventura








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