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In Flight Portraits from the Perspective of a Seat Belt Buckle

When flying in an airplane, most people spend the duration of their flight thinking about the destination where they’re headed or the one they just left. Some scurry to get work done while others relax with a book; some try to sleep with their cozy neck pillow, but Nina Katchadourian turns her flights into an art project called Seat Assignment! You may have seen her Lavatory Self-Portraits in the Fleming Style floating around the web, and now we bring you reflection portraits taken from a seat belt buckle. According to Katchadourian, “Seat Assignment is born from an investment in thinking on your feet, from optimism about the artistic potential that lurks within the mundane, and from curiosity about the productive tension between freedom and constraint.”

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Tags #Photography    #Portrait    #Travel    #Art    #Nina Katchadourian   

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