Quote Originally Posted by Helen B
My first thought: Jo Spence's work from twenty years ago, but with artsy effects which I really don't like. Sorry.

Best,
Helen
You don't have to apologise! I'm quite impartial about it - just interested in peoples' responses.
I think Jo Spence's work was wonderful - but maybe a bit different in that she was documenting her disease aswell, which made took it onto another level a bit (more complex maybe, and possibly more profound).

There was one of Manchot's mother which I did like which was put on a billboard, can't find it just at the moment but will try....
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