Photographic Alphabet: M is for Ashley Miller
The pictures act as a sort of evidence of a logic distorted. They could be introduced in court as Exhibit A, Exhibit B, and so on, for a trial where no verdict is possible. The crime is indistinguishable from modern living and morality from consumer capitalism. There is a banality to evil, and it leaves a bad taste in my mouth.
And my admission of guilt: I am a consumer, too. I crave sugary food that has been marketed to me all my life. I bite and I chew and I swallow what I am given. Modern society is built on overabundance and addiction. This state of anxiety is the starting point for my work, in which I attempt to embrace the tautological regurgitation. After all, I am peddling the fetish.
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