My collection of decorative and utilitarian 3-dimensional objects enhanced with photographic images reflects photography’s shifting identity, one that has long encompassed vernacular and fine art expressions, a convergence of high and low cultures. A range of 20th-century commercial and fine art articles are examined alongside 19th-century artisanal and amateur works, amplifying photographic expression to illustrate how popular sensibilities have trickled up to influence fine art praxis.
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