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Behind the Scenes -Fourth Wall Project- by Brooke Shaden

2/16/2017 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments

This series was created from December 2015 until November 2016. It looks at what happens when we break the "fourth wall", which in filmmaking is a term that refers to the movie acknowledging that it is, in fact, a fiction. In this case, they break the wall between what they let others see and what they keep inside.

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It started in a grocery store. Sometimes when I give lectures I ask the crowd what they most fear, and inevitably someone yells out "time passing!". It is something that a lot of people either know to fear, come to fear, or get over fearing. It is one of those natural, go-to responses. We all know our time is limited, but even more than saying we fear death, we say we fear death coming before we have used our time wisely enough. Time is the most slippery, hard-to-catch sand that drips through our fingers; we can't count every grain, so we hope that we make every grain count. I wanted a model with long, silvery-hair for this image and I found her in the most unlikely of places: my local, small town grocery store. I'd love to tell you the story, so I've written it on my blog. Link in profile. This image and my series "Fourth Wall" on display at and represented by the JoAnne Artman Gallery in New York City (Chelsea).
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Art photographer, speaker, author on a mission to share passion. See my exhibition of new images at the JoAnne Artman Gallery in NYC until Feb 18.

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