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Kitchen Table chronicles my early, homebound days of motherhood. By capturing the constancy of our table, contrasted with the ever-changing objects, this project became a way to clock the passage of time. Scenic repetition bows to maternity’s many physical and professional constraints while simultaneously insisting on the significance of the architecture of domesticity. Trained to execute an aesthetic of commercial home goods, my varied stills here prompt viewers to question the sense of value as it flickers between zones of production and reproduction. 

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