P.O.V. installation view, KCAD, 2014
       
     
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P.O.V. installation view at KCAD, 2014
       
     
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P.O.V. sketch of installation.
       
     
P.O.V. installation view, KCAD, 2014
       
     
P.O.V. installation view, KCAD, 2014

When we look at a photograph it is easy to forget the presence of the photographer who brings to the image a raft of preconceived notions of what an image is supposed to look like, their own prejudices, preferences and agendas. A photograph is never anything but a subjective construction that may reveal truths but is in itself not truth by any means.

POV_viewer.1.jpg
       
     
P.O.V._detail.2.jpg
       
     
POV_viewer.2.jpg
       
     
P.O.V. installation view at KCAD, 2014
       
     
P.O.V. installation view at KCAD, 2014

The circular placement of the images is meant to evoke a ritual space. Surveillance is ritualized, the gendered gaze is ritualized. The need for attention is ritualized in our culture.

P.O.V._detail.1.jpg
       
     
POV_viewer.4.jpg
       
     
P.O.V._promo.jpg
       
     
POV_viewer.3.jpg
       
     
P.O.V. sketch of installation.
       
     
P.O.V. sketch of installation.

Original sketch for P.O.V.