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    “Self- Projected History, 2011”, 35mm B&W film, printed 10”x12”.     This series is an exploration of the artists’ relationship with iconic images in photographic history. Using these images, the artist projects them onto themselves and places them as the subject. By doing this they have now created a new relationship with these historical images. 
       
     
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    “Self- Projected History, 2011”, 35mm B&W film, printed 10”x12”.     This series is an exploration of the artists’ relationship with iconic images in photographic history. Using these images, the artist projects them onto themselves and places them as the subject. By doing this they have now created a new relationship with these historical images. 
       
     

“Self- Projected History, 2011”, 35mm B&W film, printed 10”x12”.

 

This series is an exploration of the artists’ relationship with iconic images in photographic history. Using these images, the artist projects them onto themselves and places them as the subject. By doing this they have now created a new relationship with these historical images.