Christina Spiro

 The process of removing the identity portrayed, along with stripping away the surface of what is made of a photograph. This process not only looks at an unidentifiable presence in the image, but also the identity of what creates a photograph. The decomposition on the surface manipulates what was once seen in the image, and morphs it into a different object. This process not only alters the identity portrayed, but also the identity of what is seen as a photograph.