Two Dorothys is a narrative of myself (as Dorothy) holding the hand of a younger Dorothy who currently lives with her family on the same farm where I grew up. Each Dorothy shares a common home only separated by time. Aesthetic and conceptual choices ranging from film, gazes, gesture, clothes, and the shifting background environment raise questions about what other commonalities we might share.
series of instant film photographs, fabric from dorothy costume, fabric from artist's wedding, beads saved from artist's childhood, wood, paper, nails
instant film photography credit: James Brandon O'Shea
© Copyright 2015 Kathryn Cellerini Moore