“For this series of photographs I wanted to question the word “disposable,” particularly in it’s relation to disposable razors. I chose a model with an unshaven body to create a layer of uselessness for the object. Usually, a disposable razor is thrown away after use, but for the person who doesn’t shave, the disposable razor is not needed at all. Having the shoot outside, and the model using the razors as a tool to interact with nature was a way to test the razors “disposability.” Being made from plastic means that they will never truly be disposable, they may shift and change form but they will always take up space and interfere with nature.”
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