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Pathology uses lumen printing on silver gelatin paper to explore the dynamic nature of chronic illness. The project aims to both entertain and reject the idea of proving illness to others by exploring the nuances of medical records and the inability of a test result or diagnosis to specifically describe the lived experience of a person experiencing that condition.


The body of visual evidence that I generate in this project challenges the burden of proof placed upon me as a sick individual when accessing medical treatment, accommodations, and social support. In using my own medical records, I am also working closely with the relationship between privacy, medical information, gender identity, and expectations of disclosure.

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