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The project displays, through a series of portraits, the exhaustive number of people monitored over a year, in and out of the same building.

The usage of beads, as three-dimensional pixels, adds another layer of anonymity to the subjects, while enhancing the iconic quality of each portrait and reflecting on the ambivalence between the mundane and sacred nature of these anonymous faces.

Shown at Tribes Gallery, NYC and at Nadania Idriss Gallery in Berlin, Germany.


48 Tenants
Tenant #10. Glass beads on digital print. 7 in x 7 in.

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Tenant #17. Glass beads on digital print. 7 in x 7 in.

48 Tenants
Tenant #18. Glass beads on digital print. 7 in x 7 in.

48 Tenants
Tenant #20. Glass beads on digital print. 7 in x 7 in.

48 Tenants
Tenant #22. Glass beads on digital print. 7 in x 7 in.

48 Tenants
Tenant #24. Glass beads on digital print. 7 in x 7 in.

48 Tenants
Tenant #40. Glass beads on digital print. 7 in x 7 in.


48 Tenants
Tenant #46. Glass beads on digital print. 7 in x 7 in.

48 Tenants
View from the exhibition at Nadania Idriss Gallery, Berlin.

48 Tenants
View from the exhibition at Nadania Idriss Gallery, Berlin.

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