The Editorials series is a pursuit of repurposing imagery found in magazines and catalogues in order to study the relationship between commercialism and social perception.  I create the prints using a darkroom process of capturing the imagery from both the front and reverse sides of subsequent pages in magazines. The implications of these repeated sexualized images open the discussion of what this means to our perception of identity when the selling of an object becomes the basis for our social standards.

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The Editorials series is a pursuit of repurposing imagery found in magazines and catalogues in order to study the relationship between commercialism and social perception.  I create the prints using a darkroom process of capturing the imagery from both the front and reverse sides of subsequent pages in magazines. The implications of these repeated sexualized images open the discussion of what this means to our perception of identity when the selling of an object becomes the basis for our social standards.

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