My work is an exploration of identity and expectations specifically dealing with women. I use anonymous 19th century tintypes of which I appropriate and alter. I give each of these women a name from a list of names commonly used in 19 th century; thus giving them a personal identity. I use color to create an emotional identity helping to extend the pictorial […]
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