Magdalena Jasek by Victor Demarchelier for Numéro Magazine, June/July 2015
Stylist: Charles Varenne.
Posted Jun 10, 2015
Magdalena Jasek is a walking work of modern art in ‘Rachel Feinstein‘ by Victor Demarchelier for Numéro Magazine, June/July 2015. Capturing different angles of the same face is like composing a multi-dimensional photo-collage… I looked into another world and there I was again, on top of all that’s good & fine that keeps my love akin. To stop & wonder look & breath at what it’s all about. To hope & ponder feel the need to scream a healthy shout. Pieces of me came to be in a crazy sit & spin. From way back when I marveled how to play a game I’d win. I looked around, fell to the ground and there I let it out. A cry of shame a scream of pain flooded from my mouth. To assemble diverse elements into an unlikely place can create a connection of the highest order. The beginning never ends and the ending never quits. To be both on top of the imagery and inside of the story, that is a cohesion of accord. Fragmented pieces put together to form an unlikely juxtaposition.