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Gray Spaces

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This series of photos explores the "gray spaces" of traditionally dichotomized concepts including race, gender, and sexuality. Using a diverse array of models, the photos depict subjects who fall outside of the binary norms while pointing to the repressive perception of these marginalized identities through the use of paint, symbolic items, tone and texture.

Models: Ida Dhanuka, Caroline Albers, Rolando Pena, Keenan Garry, Pietro Bartoli, Addie Lancianese, Gaby Walker, Emmanuel Elone, Daniel Paradis

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Photography II, ARTS-230
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