Taking inspiration from renaissance painting, Julia Fullerton-Batten studies the role of the human figure and its objectification in contemporary media. For this series, Fullerton-Batten selected full figured subjects, those that contemporary media, and society would deem « fat » and consider undesirable as models and spokespersons in contemporary advertising.
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