This series seeks to reveal the “savagely grotesque, arch, silly…” (in the words of Hollis Frampton) qualities which lurk behind typical photographic depictions intended to appeal to the senses. Using a flatbed scanner (rather than a camera) compresses the perceptual distance between subject and object. On one hand, the highly detailed work appears as a kind of document or specimen and on the other hand is almost confrontational in its directness.
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