Untitled Restaged Photographs, ongoing series
"The very process of posing requires a person to step out of himself as if he were an object"
- Diane Arbus
Untitled Restaged Photographs restage historic photographs as films, extending the original images and contemplating the moments before and after their capture. The original images were chosen with a consideration of how the subjects seen in photographs communicate a history of subculture.
The above film stills restage an image from Larry Clarke's Tulsa, 1970 and Corrine Day, 1990.