Questions of identity are explored through self-portrayals where I assume different guises. By injecting myself into settings which originate with window dressing in New York City, I consider how the act of shopping, how fashion, affects how we see ourselves as well as how we think others will view us. After removing objects from the windows, I create a fictional narrative, adding new elements with additional photographs to turn the store window into visionary windows.
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