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"FARM HIERARCHY," a photographic series set against the backdrop of a farm. Employing documentary photography and multiple exposures, this collection captures the daily lives of diverse animals on the farm. The images serve as a reflection, drawing parallels between farm animals and human society or, in essence, portraying a microcosm of human society.


While seemingly an egalitarian portrayal of animals, "FARM HIERARCHY" also explores the symbolic power dynamics imposed by farmers, highlighting a constructed hierarchy not reflective of the true nature of the animals. Through these visual narratives, the artist contemplates the standards and definitions created by humanity in the course of civilization's development, particularly those imposed on non-human entities sharing our planet. The series prompts viewers to question the inherent biases embedded in our perceptions of both civilization and the natural world.

LOCATION: Middle Campscott Farm

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