16th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Ad Hominem 1
The process of Ad Hominem was born from an obsession with shape and color interacting with the human form. With a very analogue approach to the project, a colorful shape was hand painted on the model and photographed with an instax mini camera. Ad Hominem is a latin phrase which means literally ‘to the person.’ By the singularization of body parts with shapes, there is an allusion to both the individual and the whole, while allowing the shape to further abstract the organic nature of the body.
© Cori Carter.
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||April 26, 2018, 5:07 p.m.