by Angie Victoria Garcias

This series is a visual essay of the embodiment of the term, wonderlust, or “the stage in a relationship or phase of love when you are not sure if you are lusting after or actually in love with someone.” The images attempt to convey the contemporary ideas of anonymous sexual connections, as well as question the borders between romantic and physical relationships.


Angie Victoria Garcia is a visual artist with a focus on photography, design, and bookmaking, who received her Bachelor's of Fine Art at Ringling College of Art and Design in Sarasota, FL, in May 2016. Her personal work deals with themes of cultural identity and relationships, as well as the connection between people and the landscape. She is currently located and based in the South Florida area. 

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Visual essay featured in Mujeristas’ “Más Amor, Por Favor” zine.

Mujeristas Collective