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My subjects do not know I exist. They do not know who I am, and they do not know their lives are the center of my painting series. But I know them - at least, I think I do. My acrylic paintings depict people in domestic spaces in specific moments in time. The relationships of person-to-person, person to space, paint to canvas and voyeur to subject drives my obsession to watch and to paint what I see. What I am seeing are a collection of pixels that make up human forms, living rooms, and kitchens. These digital bodies move through the spaces 24 hours a day 7 days a week. They are the subjects of a lifecasting/livecasting webcam and they are the subjects of my work.
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Williams, Alexis Charlotte, "Lifecasting & Ubiquitous Relationships" (2017). Senior Projects Spring 2017. 390.
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