I’m a twin.
The twin-hood experience is not understandable for someone that is not a twin. Twin-hood, as a phenomenon, is considered by society as an
invitation for a comparison game: Who’s shorter? Who’s prettier?. In this project, I chose to present the twin-hood through photography and
speaking with pairs of twins, in order to demonstrate how independent is the individual yet at the same time is a part of a whole unit, coping, reacting, and feeling as a twin. Each chapter is dedicated to a different psychological principle and is being demonstrated through a series of photographs.
For the project, there were pairs of twins from all age groups from Israel, that were photographed. Each one representing a different psychological principle related to a unique twin experience. An example to some of the psychological principles: living in the shadow of a mirror, the waiting in a line principle, dependency, comparisons, etc