Soliloquy is a series of vintage color images I made in the late 1970s, when the use of color was beginning to be accepted in the world of art photography. It was early in my photographic career, and I was exploring the differences between photographing in black and white and in color. These images are spontaneously-staged tableaux of figures (sometimes using myself) set in landscapes and interiors, and including the use of props. In this work, I explore the relationship between gesture and meaning, object and subject, reality and imagination, identity and anonymity. Conceptually-based, the images are sensual, sometimes playful,...
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