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These photographs are images of people or things which are conventionally seen as insignificant and are found anywhere and everywhere. It is my intent to show the monumental in the everyday; to show that a photograph is a monument to what it is representing, and that, depending on the viewer, traditional monuments are no more monumental than a white Ford or an overgrown shrub. Monuments documents the history, culture, and aesthetics of an American landscape, particularly that of the east and west coasts, my two homes.
**Please note: While no online version of this project is available, there is a printed book for this project that is available at Stevenson Library. You can ask at the reference desk for access.
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Gernsbacher, Sara, "MONUMENTS" (2011). Senior Projects Spring 2011. 202.
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