My 2 children come and live with me every other week, the odd numbered weeks. The years go by characterised by this alternating custody. As if to make up for lost time, I split myself in two to fully enjoy this time with them. This intense and enjoyable life as a trio can also be testing in terms of managing everyday life, making decisions on my own and taking a stance somewhere between being lax and authoritative. My images artificially remove me from this small world and so looking in from the outside I capture moments of our private life. Reflecting this duality, I take […]
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