A provocative feminist artist Alexandra Marzella has already lost her 16 Instagram accounts because of beautiful and at the same time inappropriate content. She is the kind of artist who makes the public totally confused: the one we love but agree somehow with censorship. So go check her current account unless it’s banned.

We Love Alexandra Marzella, But We Want Her To Be Banned

 

Two Sides Of Alexandra Marzella

Unshaven armpits and legs, nudes and acne. That’s what we would find in dozens of feminist pages. However, that’s not all we’ve got on Marzella’s one. The other side it is gorgeous and sometimes very feminine modeling shots. She defines herself as photographer, model, performance artist and actress. And we say in any of those roles she is beautiful.

We Love Alexandra Marzella, But We Want Her To Be Banned

 

Sex As The Basis Of All Existence

Why is she not like others? While the majority of feminists proclaim their rights to be equal with men, Alexandra Marzella is creating an atmosphere, where no one simply doubt in that. Her main theme is sex and artist remind us, that’s where we all came from: Provocative art made by all people is important because sex is the basis of all existence. That’s how we come into the world—that’s the only way—and sexuality, nudity, and all of those things going hand in hand and merging are natural, firstly, and shamed constantly – she comments.

We Love Alexandra Marzella, But We Want Her To Be Banned

Truth Hurts

True. However, maybe Alexandra Marzella is too radical in her attitude towards censorship. Some say she has gone for 13 Instagram accounts, some – for 16. Alexandra herself tells she hates censorship and keeps pushing her style in social media. Her current account is @artwerk6666. She says “if you don’t want to look at it, don’t subscribe”, but the account is, as well as, 16 previous ones, open to the public and lots of photos are far away from being called innocent. We love her artwork a lot, but it is also obvious that some of her works could be accidently seen and damage children’s or unstable people mind. That’s, of course, a common and internal question how to share your art independently but not to hurt anyone, and unfortunately, the answer, for now, is censorship. Sometimes we have to admit that not all censorship means inequality, instead, it means a reasonable way to save some groups of people.

We Love Alexandra Marzella, But We Want Her To Be Banned

 

The Great Beauty

She mainly posts her performances on Instagram, but as they pass away quickly, some artworks disappear. We love that kind of fluidity in Marzella’s works and her attitude to it. Despite she is a fighter against censorship, she produces so many contents that censorship barely could damage her artistic path. The reason it is so is perhaps she is one of those artists who does not invent but leaves this way. Being who you are, shyness, strong, productive, good-looking, open, natural and creative. That’s a Great Beauty, which society, unfortunately, can not afford.

We Love Alexandra Marzella, But We Want Her To Be Banned

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