One of the greatest works in literature, the Divine Comedy (Divina Commedia) is a narrative poem by Italian Dante Alighieri (1265 - 1321). It describes Dante's travels through Hell, Purgatory and Heaven. After many adventures, Dante and his guide Virgil reached the infernal City of Dis. Dis housed the sixth, seventh, eighth and ninth circles of Hell. The city's walls were guarded by the fallen angels of the Christian tradition and the Furies, avenging spirits of the Greco-Roman tradition. In this set, the public is invited to experience their engagement with the reality of Heaven, Purgatory and Hell. Is our subject a fallen angel, or is she instead perhaps Dante's guide Beatrice, who represented divine revelation, theology, faith and grace? Or is she your lost soul? Only you can decide.
Art Direction, Photography, Editing, Studio: Mr.Muliebris, Wellington, New Zealand