Under the law of my country, women often have a guardian. Self-bred girls are a new phenomenon in my society, girls who live alone and try to stay away from traditions. This aspect of society has encouraged me to create this collection. It includes 3 self-bred girls in Tehran, that all of them were born after the 1979 revolution; they’ve experienced compulsory hijab, half inheritance than boys, and many other anti-woman governmental, religious, and common laws.
I’ve been visiting them for a month, I entered their lives and as a neutral observer recorded the life and private environment that they’ve created for themselves; an environment that varies depending on their personality.