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CAROL QUINT

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I work in a process that involves creating, recycling and reconstruction. The content and function of these works reflect both a sense of time past and time present, qualities that are in the nature of a relic.I am fascinated by memento mori and symbols that elicit
recognition on an unconscious level. My images become
surrogates for a broad range of emotional experience. I am responsible for building a sculpture or a setting for all of my photographs. In doing so, I create the climate that enables my subjects, be they animate or inanimate, to mirror my point of view. Previously, I have coated BFK Rives etching paper with silver emulsion to make my own light sensitive surface. Currently, I am fusing my photographs with three dimensional elements. My new portrait series is called "Women in Bone Headdress".

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