The Siblings series by Dayna Danger is a collection of photographs that delve into the bonds of care and trust between pairs of siblings. Shot on 4x5 film and digitally manipulated, these images highlight the sibling's intrinsic connections.
Each photograph depicts siblings as a metaphor for reflecting each other's spirit. The series focuses on pairs of siblings, including identical and fraternal twins, and features personal ephemera and tchotchkes.
Overall, the Siblings series captures intimate moments of vulnerability, support, and understanding, further exploring the idea of sisterly bonds as an ongoing study of siblings. These photographs ignite a nuanced conversation about identity, individuality, and societal constructs, challenging societal norms and perceptions.