'Revising History' by Jennifer Greenburg
"There is something inherently false in a family snapshot. Every childhood appears, in images as idyllic. Every family is depicted as loving and close knit. And often, when we look back at our own images, we co-opt the fantasy that the photograph has created for us. We replace our original memories with something photography has sold to us. It is with this in mind that I have created a body of counterfeit images that depict fictitious memories."
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