Zoë Jaremus is a young photographer who studied at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY. She recently won a BFA from the Ontario College of Art and Design. In her photos the figures are in posed and arranged situations, and stand sometimes for gender, societal stereotypes, society and the human condition. I especially like her photo-serie "From Strange And Awkward" taken in an out-of-focus-style which gives one the feeling of ephemerality and transience.
And by the way, I do exactly feel like all these women in the photographs at the moment!