Crisis of Experience, continued...
Project info

"Crisis of Experience" is the result of an eight-year project exploring themes of self-reflection and female identity using the mechanics of seriality. The work originates from a series of Polaroid SX70 self-portraits taken on a daily basis from 1979 to late 1987. This ritual became a way to stay grounded as much of my life was unraveling, but it also allowed for a profound examination of self.

The Polaroids have now become personal artifacts and evidence of my existence. The images have been edited, scanned and printed as archival pigment prints constructing a new set of narratives. In an era of digital capture, the project also considers the materiality and legacy of the Polaroid medium that can never be replicated