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Porcelain Pantone

Inspired by Piero Manzoni, Andres Serrano and the Body Artists of the 1970’s, these small photographs contemplate the inevitable progression of time and our finite condition.  Cycles of human accumulation and release are represented in abstract terms, simultaneously fostering quiet contemplation and challenging notions of traditional portraiture.  The body-specific nature of these works also questions authorship and how one measures or assesses creative output.  Their very existence commodifies waste and alludes to larger systems impacting our collective existence.

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