In the series Subversive Gazes (2008–2011), I wanted to challenge the conventional representations of childhood and girls. In this work I have concentrated on the figures’ gazes. My goal is to show how these gazes either maintain or challenge the conventional way of representing girlhood or reading the image. Gazes in images often produce and reinforce interpretations of girls as passive objects of looking. But the gaze can also strengthen their position as active subjects in images, maintaining and reinforcing their integrity.