A Movement of Edges
This is a series about ambiguity, about edges, about what it means to occupy a thin line between. We rely so heavily upon what we think we know in order to interact with and understand the world, to recognize and to remember. When studied closely enough, the human form itself becomes a nearly unidentifiable object. Race, culture, and gender become less relevant when the label of “body” itself is not easily recognized.
Through these photographic depictions of the female form I seek to amplify this state of ambiguity by raising the very question that I find people so often asking themselves when they first meet me – “How do I identify what it is that I am looking at?”