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April Winter takes playful self-portraits in self built, often claustrophobic sets. Her work revolves around the transformations of these little worlds, filling the space with found, made or borrowed objects to tell a story; often about such topics as sexuality, utopia and isolation.

These works are a playful illustration of contemporary life. A mix of mask culture, the strangeness of isolation and the mystery of futurism. The claustrophobic space of the photograph squeezes the viewer back into their pocket size apartments. While being self-portraits they also speak to the hyper documentation of our private lives. They empathize with the alien feelings of being a social human today and the unease that comes with being alone but always seen.

self-portrait 35mm film photograph
self-portrait 35mm film photograph
self-portrait 35mm film photograph
self-portrait 35mm film photograph
self-portrait 35mm film photograph