Ceramics Studio</i>, from the series <u>I Really Need Some Personal Space</u>

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ANNICK SJOBAKKEN
Ceramics Studio, from the series I Really Need Some Personal Space, archival pigment print, 16" x 20", 2009

Annick Sjobakken is a Des Moines based photographer and educator.  She received her BFA in Photography in 2003 from Parsons School of Design and her MFA in Photography, Video, and Related Media from the School of Visual Arts in 2009.  Her work has been featured in The New York Times Magazine, Fraction Magazine, and PDN and has been shown in numerous exhibitions.



About the series I Really Need Some Personal Space:

"I find the age between 18 and 22 to be particularly interesting as traits of both adolescence and adulthood are exhibited simultaneously.  To try to capture this duality I spent a year photographing my youngest sister.  I have always felt that my sister and I are able to communicate best through my photographing her.  My sister has never been a very communicative person but I think that by letting herself be photographed she is communicating something of herself to the outside world.  I hope that this series will give some clues to her story while giving space to the viewer to insert their own story or to create their own narrative."

Annick Sjobakken's website

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