I SOURCE ORIGINAL,
Packaging in which the women have
been erased. Inked out, individually,
I remove the blacked-out figure
from the surrounding image, and
a transformation occurs.
The censor becomes an artist. And the
censored figure becomes a portrait.
A portrait not of a person, but of
absence. Of suppression. A portrait
of a point of view.
The censor, whose job it is to erase,
becomes the person who makes us look.