Let Me Remove Myself is an exploration of grief and loss for a marriage that never happened and the loss of a family that was never mine. Digital information is removed from photographs of a long-term relationship and paired with conversations between the couple and others regarding doubts about the survival of lifelong commitments. One is left with the feeling that the only way to move on is to delete the memories of the shared past life, as though the relationship never happened. 

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Resentments | Archival Inkjet Print | 2020

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Strangers | Archival Inkjet Print | 2020

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Others | Archival Inkjet Print | 2020

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Best of Times | Archival Inkjet Print | 2020

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Unhealthy | Archival Inkjet Print | 2020

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Vows | Archival Inkjet Print | 2020

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Holes | Archival Inkjet Print | 2020

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Stripped | Archival Inkjet Print | 2020

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Breakdowns | Archival Inkjet Print | 2020

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Rebelling | Archival Inkjet Print | 2020