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Jordan Fuller: More Than Words Can Say

I am excited to be posting works by artists my own age and who are at the same point in their careers as myself. When I came upon Jordan’s work, I knew I wanted to feature the work on Lenscratch for this young photographers feature week. Using light, found objects and portraits, she explores ideas of love and relationships of young adults.
Jordan Fuller is a Chicago based artist originally from Wichita, KS. She holds a BFA in Photography from Columbia College Chicago. In many aspects, her work often deals with intimacy and gender roles. As a visual creator in such an image saturated culture, she is focused on how both gender and sexuality are represented current in media.

More Than Words Can Say

I am focused on visualizing aspects of romantic relationships of young adults. The romantic experiences of this age group are at varying levels. Some are experiencing their first true loves, horrible breakups, and some are settling down at an early age. I explore these themes by photographing couples, objects and my own relationship in a way that builds a collective narrative. I also incorporate acquired items such as photos and notes from people’s past relationships.

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