“I am a woman who is not accepted by the society,” out of all the women I photographed, none would say this or anything similar. Yet every time any of them walks along the street people look with amazement. And I would look at them just as everyone else. There was strange interest and respect I felt towards them, so I decided to get to know them closer, talk to them, and take their photo.
Later on, the real meaning and importance of this story developed. The women I photograph always separate themselves by dressing differently, wearing bright make up. If it is possible to live in our society the way they do, then it is also possible for Armenian women to make a step, and many steps, towards something more than what they have, activity, work and life.