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Photographer: Jennifer Loeber
Exhibit Title: GYRLE
Location: United States
"In my mind, my own self-image, is the picture of Jennifer and some of the other girls I knew and admired back then. Girls I desperately wanted to be like. Wishing every day that I could be one of those awkward teenage girls instead of the awkward teenage boy I was pretending to be.” Lorelei, 2016
Years after I met her as a teenage boy named "Mac", I began the process of getting to know a woman named Lorelei.
GYRLE is an anecdotal observation into female gender expression. Images from my personal archive paired with those of Lorelei’s new life pose questions about the archetype of womanhood.
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