The photographer’s long-term project is rather like an on-going exposure of the differences and, above all, the commonalities between girls and women all over the world. For Magnoni, photography is her passion and a part of her true self. She uses the camera to capture everyday scenes, in which she sees aspects of herself reflected.
Her LOBA series has been given the title “Us” in Spanish. The pictures were taken in seventeen cities in thirteen countries. Working with a camera is something she taught herself, and photography has always been an important element in her existence; it is the foundation on which she stands. “Photography is my hobby, my work, my therapy, my love and the structure of my life. It sets me free, because I can do it anywhere and anytime, on my own terms. It’s my tool to explore the world in a personal and intimate way, without rules or prerequisites. It’s a small window to a magical world,” she explains. It is the window through which she looks for the commonalities in women‘s lives. The connection she feels, as a result, is also the motivation that keeps her exploring facets of herself.