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That Kind of Morning - print one of seven Photograph - Limited Edition of 1

Denise Prince

United States

Photography, Color on Paper

Size: 16 W x 16 H x 0.1 D in

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I'm a huge fan of 1970's and earlier styling. In this case, the home was a time capsule of these aesthetics: green carpet, yellow countertops, wallpaper that matched the bedspreads... an enthusiastic, jovial atmosphere. It felt like the perfect setting to make a work about life's domestic anxieties, in an equally absurd and playful fashion. Photographed in a medium format film on a Hasselblad camera. “Caught in a state of permanent suspense vis a vis events that have just happened or are about to take place, photographs contain essential seeds of narratives that can never come to fruition except in the imagination.” Lucy Soutter Things I Never Told You points to the ways in which we make sense of ourselves and of the world. Playing with the visual syntax of advertisement and fashion photography, which inform the fantasies we have of who we are, Prince constructs narratives and then carefully disrupts them. Her efforts reflect life as it is lived, informed by culture but nuanced and singular.

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Photography:Color on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:1

Size:16 W x 16 H x 0.1 D in

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Denise Prince is an Austin-based, American artist working in a variety of media including film, photography, and performance. Influenced by critical theory at CalArts in Los Angeles, she has worked closely with clinical philosopher and psychoanalyst Charles Merward since 2007. Prince is known for using the visual syntax of fashion and style photography to explore experience in relation to Desire (the memory of the missing thing). Her work has been clarified, confronted, and interpreted by psychoanalyst members of the World Association of Psychoanalysis, has been exhibited internationally and has been featured on PBS Television and in Vogue Magazine.

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