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               This series is divided into two ‘mini series’ conceptually displaying the hidden feelings that go on inside my mind and the physical sensations that I often associate when having an anxiety attack. The triptych is inspired by Duane Michal’s “Portrait of Andy Warhol” 1972. Sensations often associated with anxiety are the feeling of ones mind racing or the speed at which they speak. Motion blurring of the head alludes to the feelings of speed or chaos in the mind. The external feelings that are being displayed are photographed in similar ways to the triptych, although they also include an environment. These photographs displayed my own feelings of anxiety through the tension caused by creating a multiple exposure, offsetting the background to create a jarring feeling for the viewer. 
       
     

            This series is divided into two ‘mini series’ conceptually displaying the hidden feelings that go on inside my mind and the physical sensations that I often associate when having an anxiety attack. The triptych is inspired by Duane Michal’s “Portrait of Andy Warhol” 1972. Sensations often associated with anxiety are the feeling of ones mind racing or the speed at which they speak. Motion blurring of the head alludes to the feelings of speed or chaos in the mind. The external feelings that are being displayed are photographed in similar ways to the triptych, although they also include an environment. These photographs displayed my own feelings of anxiety through the tension caused by creating a multiple exposure, offsetting the background to create a jarring feeling for the viewer. 

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