Sam Samore

As in Ingmar Bergman’s film Persona, Samore’s photographic work plays with the fragmentation of the self as an alternative means of description, asking questions: How do we present ourselves to the world and each other? And, no matter how close we are in proximity to others – psychologically, geographically, and physically – do we still live our lives alone? As viewers, we cannot help but want to impose a narrative in these images, but they eschew storytelling.

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