BFA Exhibition that was allowed me to study the recovery process of my mother's fight with breast cancer, as well as combine the use of my Graphic Design/Illustration and Photography.
I researched turn of century imagery of female symbolism and beauty, how important hair is to the identity of women, as well as the side effects of taxol.
60s inspired anatomy graphic Illustrations and multiple exposure analogue photography (Holga) were used in the production of this installation.
Unfortunately, I didn’t get pics of the installation at the show, but just imagine each slide printed (18”x18” Hahnemuhle Fine Art Photo matte) and flush mounted on jet black foam core. Pairs of 6ft shiny, polished alumninum tracking were installed on the wall, 3 rows. Each piece was slid in from one side in sequential order, all to give the illusion of a xrays in a lightboard.