The desert nomads are called Bedouins. They are desert dwellers. Camel herders. They sleep in tents and move with the seasons. They live a life of freedom and simplicity. Their society is patriarchal.
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Bedouina is the female modern utopia. A strong, independent nomad looking for freedom, connection to Mother Earth and the magic of the Sahara.
The Bedouina lives simply and sustainably, just like her ancestors. And in the end she becomes one with nature.
Jasmin Breidenbach is a photographer with German-Moroccan roots. She describes herself as a visual storyteller. In her work, the Munich-based artist campaigns for sustainability, feminism, diversity and a more conscious approach to our complete world. Her pictures are often about women and their role in this world, such as the project ‘Live with Love. Promise ‘, which was awarded the German Photo Book Prize and portrays the life of women in a spiritual community in India.