In 1972, curious about the problem of identity, Melissa Shook began an ambitious project of photographing herself every day for a year. The sum of this impressive undertaking resulted in a compelling set of intimately scaled black and white photographs that range from the artist performing for the camera, to the camera describing the physicality of her being.
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