Mistaken for Strangers, 2014
Mistaken for Strangers is a project in which I reached out to people with whom I had lost touch and tried to understand how relationships translate visually in photographs. The dynamic between photographer and subject is always apparent, but how does this interaction function when the photographer and subject have a relationship that is both intimate and estranged? By combining images from the present with images from the past, as well as ephemera resulting from years of communication, I organized a timeline which speaks about relationships, the progression of time, and how my generation navigates these concepts with the technology that is now available.
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