One of Clark’s older images, from a photo series she shot as an homage to designers like Stefan Sagmeister. “I really wanted to take pictures when I saw that hardcover book by Taschen, Pierre et Gilles, where the images are so styled and gorgeous,” she says. “I set up scenes like neon fake flowers and candles in our windowsill, and totally overproduced them. It was during one of my bad phases of wanderlust, so for this one I took a sad little blow up globe, hung it in our backyard, and tried to capture it spinning. I have a hard time doing anything personal in my work, but this piece tells a lot about how I was feeling then.”
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One of Clark’s older images, from a photo series she shot as an homage to designers like Stefan Sagmeister. “I really wanted to take pictures when I saw that hardcover book by Taschen, Pierre et Gilles, where the images are so styled and gorgeous,” she says. “I set up scenes like neon fake flowers and candles in our windowsill, and totally overproduced them. It was during one of my bad phases of wanderlust, so for this one I took a sad little blow up globe, hung it in our backyard, and tried to capture it spinning. I have a hard time doing anything personal in my work, but this piece tells a lot about how I was feeling then.”