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Through the process of photographing the characters and environments I have created, I hope to provide visual indications that something has transpired in a fabricated reality. I would like to relay the impression that a subject is, or has been, responsive to its empirical surroundings, which may or may not operate according to the same parameters as our world.
Caitlin T. McCormack graduated from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia in 2010 with a BFA in Illustration and a penchant for ambiguity. Although she strives to generate works that have comprehensible narrative properties, she finds that she is more comfortable producing material that reflects her own vague sense of self. She exhibits her work in galleries and publications throughout the Northeastern US and spends her free time crocheting apocryphal animal skeletons out of string.