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  • Ahmed, 2008, 19x19 inches, C-Print

  •   Katie, 2008, 19x19 inches, C-Print




  • Benjamin, 2005, 19x19 inches, C-Print

  •   Natalie, 2008, 19x19 inches, C-Print




  • Kimon, 2005, 19x19 inches, C-Print
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      Mimi, 2005, 19x19 inches, C-Print




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      Tim, 2005, 19x19 inches, C-Print




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      Clare, 2008, 19x19 inches, C-Print




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      Johanna, 2005, 19x19 inches, C-Print




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      Larissa and Trevor, 2008, 19x19 inches, C-Print




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      Adrienne and Mandy, 2005, 19x19 inches, C-Print




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      Lauren and Stephanie, 2005, 19x19 inches, C-Print




  • Evelyn, 2005, 19x19 inches, C-Print

  • Leanne, 2005, 19x19 inches, C-Print





  •   Andreas, 2008, 19x19 inches, C-Print





  •   Jeannie, 2005, 19x19 inches, C-Print





  •   Clare, 2005, 19x19 inches, C-Print





  •   Nina, 2008, 19x19 inches, C-Print




  • Why am I compelled to glimpse intowindows as I pass them by? I gain nosexual gratification from this. I am nothoping to catch some nudity in my glanceupward. No. It’s the quiet, mundanemoments that interest me. I suppose that in some way inthese quiet times there is a beautifulvulnerability about those being watched.I can arrive unannounced and take insome part of this person’s private life.Maybe I can even imagine myself in theirplace. Do I somehow envy these people?Looking in to the windows of a homefeels much like glancing into a shopwindow. Perhaps I am shopping for a newlife.


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