Get Ready, Get Set


“Get Ready, Get Set” by Reese deGuzman

In her own words:

Observation of her (subject) things and the various other changes that occur within each succeeding image can suggest characteristics of her personality and idiosyncratic behavior.

Such a relatively uncommon practice as demonstrated by my friend  encourages viewers to consider the possible  motives that drive a person to engage in  this act.  It also speaks to one’s attention to appearances and the ways in which objects can connote meaning and assumptions about the owner.”

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