Human Objects

PhotographerAmy Parrish
PrizeFine Art / People_FA
Entry Description

How do we perceive fellow humans passing us by on the streets or subways? While logic tells us that we're surrounded by a planet full of people genetically similar to ourselves, there is an unintentional objectification applied until we take the time to truly look at an individual. This series of images, sculpted from a collection of everyday objects, asks the viewer to playfully, yet seriously, think about the difference between humans and objects. At what point do we blur the lines of their definitions?