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03 Jul 2015

Glass by Laura Pannack

Laura Pannack examines the relationship between subject and photographer in her series, “Glass.” Photographers are her subjects, placed behind a pane of glass that symbolizes the glass of the lens.  Pannack asked each subject to close their eyes, rendering them unaware of the moment she took her photograph, isolating them and removing control from her subjects.  This relates to her thoughts on how often people object to having their portrait taken, and how they react when faced with the situation.  As photographers, her subjects’ awareness and involvement would have been much more apparent.