When looking outward becomes too difficult, one usually decides to go the opposite direction. Diving inward can cause even more problems. Patches of unknown bits and pieces surface that you didn’t know were there. Parts can seem foreign and blurry, some parts you find and are comforted to know that they are present. Mixing and matching the pieces can be difficult but in the end, solving the puzzle may not be the point, but appreciating for what the puzzle holds. In this series I wanted to explore the ideas of personal identity and mental health in the twenty first century.
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Photography and writing by Hank Hannon
Modeling by Evan Pakshong, Stephanie Dolan, Leo Blumberg-Woll & Paris Ball