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(Stop Down) I developed a situation in order to manufacture group portraits of people. The scenario consisted of elevator doors opening and closing. At the moment the doors opened, unknown to the riders, I took their picture stationed at a distance of ten feet. I stood looking lost either next to a shopping cart or with my back facing the elevator doors, quietly taking frame after frame as the doors opened and closed.
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“On the railroad”, black and white photograph, 1989
My attempt to commit a terror act by switching directions of the railroad.
“Bubble”, black and white photograph, 1993
I asked my cousin to take a picture of the chewing gum performance.
“Me”, black and white photograph, 1990
I’m pretending to be dead drunk.
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