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. By using a flatbed scanner (rather than a camera) the perceptual distance between subject and object is compressed. 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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