For my series,Vices, I found a perfect marriage of process and subject matter, giving a nod to the turn of the century classroom and chalkboard yet using language and expression that speaks to the current day. That twist of using centuries old processes with contemporary children and humor speaks to my photographic sensibilities and to photography as an art. As a mother, artist, and observer of familial connections around the globe, I make work that speaks to memory and time passing, but also leaves room for humor and irony. A number of years ago, while still shooting digital imagery for...
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