Twilight Time by Zedd

In The Old Testament it has been told that the woman was created from one piece of Adam’s rib. How does woman come into existance? What is the difference of woman from man?
Twilight Time | Zedd

In The Old Testament it has been told that the woman was created from one piece of Adam’s rib.

How does woman come into existance? What is the difference of woman from man?

Gender-based inequalities are at the top of the problems that still remain important today. The statement of the “woman problem” is an ineffectiveness way of “creating a solution” by the acceptance of the woman as a problem. Today’s societies have become the social platforms to which the problems of women have become more and more widespread. Males have defined the psychological sub-structure of women’s position in society. The reason for lowering women to secondary status in society is not their nature. It is the role that the society installed to them.

At this point, the concept of social gender represents the duties and responsibilities given to the women , how women are seen in society , the cultural, social role of the them, spiritual-internal definition and presentation of them. Since her childhood she has been taught that beauty is the power of the woman. The mind shapes herself according to the body. The woman attaches importance to worshiping only to her body as a gilded cage prison.Women have been solitary in accordance with their social status and all barriers around them have been lifted by social powers in order to facilitate enslavement.Today the thing we called nature of women is an unnatural ,mistaught realities. The main purposes of the study are to tell psychology, spirituality and social isolation of today’s woman. It is a principle to preserve them from the current understanding of the society and the available phenomenon of society at the time of twilight period.

About Zedd

Zedd is a photo collective consists of 4 individuals.  The names of Zedd members Zümrüt TÜRK, Emel KARAKOZAK, Demet ÇOLAK, Deniz Kara ALTINBİLEK. The collective aims to reveal the roles of women and gender.

Twilight Time | Zedd

Twilight Time | Zedd

Twilight Time | Zedd

Twilight Time | Zedd

Twilight Time | Zedd

Twilight Time | Zedd

Twilight Time | Zedd

Twilight Time | Zedd

Twilight Time | Zedd

Twilight Time | Zedd

Twilight Time | Zedd

Twilight Time | Zedd

Twilight Time | Zedd

Twilight Time | Zedd

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