Soap Box

25.08.06 |

Soap box – a makeshift stand used by a public speaker, an opportunity to air someone’s views publicly.

These prints reflect the first two instalments of an ongoing series investigating images used to sell; portraits of generalised families and couples placed on products. It is only when commercial imagery begins to reflect diversity that the general public will find non-traditional families a reflection of the modern family and their own.
These prints have been shown in a variety of locations in both Belgium and New Zealand.
Lavex, 2004, large-format photographic print
Light-n-Tasty, 2006, large-format photographic print


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