A response to Abu Ghraib, this body of work explores the proliferation of censored imagery, as well as the iconographic power of pose. Aestheticized in a fine art manner, these images reflect our need to be constantly, visually seduced and make tragedy seem fashionable. Also, by isolating specific individuals from these complex and loaded photos, minute details and gestures become essential to unveiling the terror of the scene.
       
     
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 A response to Abu Ghraib, this body of work explores the proliferation of censored imagery, as well as the iconographic power of pose. Aestheticized in a fine art manner, these images reflect our need to be constantly, visually seduced and make tragedy seem fashionable. Also, by isolating specific individuals from these complex and loaded photos, minute details and gestures become essential to unveiling the terror of the scene.
       
     

A response to Abu Ghraib, this body of work explores the proliferation of censored imagery, as well as the iconographic power of pose. Aestheticized in a fine art manner, these images reflect our need to be constantly, visually seduced and make tragedy seem fashionable. Also, by isolating specific individuals from these complex and loaded photos, minute details and gestures become essential to unveiling the terror of the scene.

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