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After finishing grad school, where my work mainly focused on scientific and impersonal subject matter, I was challenged by a friend to make artwork about myself. I decided to compose an autobiography which mixed together themes, objects, colors, impressions, and memories from my life with something more graphic and objective: my ten fingerprints.  These tableaus each contains a very accurate rendering of one of my specific fingerprints, but it is in their staging and compositions where the more telling portrait of me can be found. 

Click here for an article about this project on My Modern Met

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