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  Chair,  2013.  After reflecting upon the loss of my childhood home in a fire, I channeled my grief into this photo series.  I physically set on fire and then burned objects that are meaningful to me, as well as recognizably domestic and sentimental.  I then photographed the objects.  They are either shown on their own as photographs or juxtaposed with an unburnt version of the object in an installation.   Archival Inkjet Print,  2013-2014, size varies   

Chair, 2013.

After reflecting upon the loss of my childhood home in a fire, I channeled my grief into this photo series.  I physically set on fire and then burned objects that are meaningful to me, as well as recognizably domestic and sentimental.  I then photographed the objects.  They are either shown on their own as photographs or juxtaposed with an unburnt version of the object in an installation. 

Archival Inkjet Print,  2013-2014, size varies

 

  Lamp , 2013.

Lamp, 2013.

Favorite Book

Favorite Book

Favorite Book, 2014.

Archival Inkjet Print,  2013-2014, size varies

  Dress,  2014.  Archival Inkjet Print,  2013-2014, size varies

Dress, 2014.

Archival Inkjet Print,  2013-2014, size varies

Chair, 2013.

After reflecting upon the loss of my childhood home in a fire, I channeled my grief into this photo series.  I physically set on fire and then burned objects that are meaningful to me, as well as recognizably domestic and sentimental.  I then photographed the objects.  They are either shown on their own as photographs or juxtaposed with an unburnt version of the object in an installation. 

Archival Inkjet Print,  2013-2014, size varies

 

Lamp, 2013.

Favorite Book

Favorite Book, 2014.

Archival Inkjet Print,  2013-2014, size varies

Dress, 2014.

Archival Inkjet Print,  2013-2014, size varies

  Chair,  2013.  After reflecting upon the loss of my childhood home in a fire, I channeled my grief into this photo series.  I physically set on fire and then burned objects that are meaningful to me, as well as recognizably domestic and sentimental.  I then photographed the objects.  They are either shown on their own as photographs or juxtaposed with an unburnt version of the object in an installation.   Archival Inkjet Print,  2013-2014, size varies   
  Lamp , 2013.
Favorite Book
  Dress,  2014.  Archival Inkjet Print,  2013-2014, size varies