“When I was little I used to take a blade and cut the faces off models in my mother’s magazines. In the scene I was looking at, this book the narrator was reading, the one I thought I knew, was gone. In her hands was a blank white space in the shape of a book I’d read. But it was also, for a moment, like I’d been cut away—just a white shape on the sheets where I and my material needs had been.”
—Danielle Dutton, 2019
Image: Laura LetinskyTo Want for Nothing 25,2018, Archival pigment print. Edition of 7.