Diane Durant: Stories, 1986-88 (Daylight, April 2020) is a unique collaborative project between multidisciplinary artist, Diane Durant, and her daughter Andie. Pairing deadpan portraits with handwritten personal texts, Durant recreates scenes from a pivotal period in her childhood and poses her daughter in authentic ‘80s ensembles to reinterpret the memories. “Stories, 1986-88 puts a new spin on old histories as my daughter stands in for a youthful me — the one I remember and the one I wasn’t quite allowed to be.” Together, Durant and her daughter relive and rewrite childhood stories through this restorative approach to image-making and storytelling....
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