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Identity Projection.

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Courtesy of Isobel Wood.

19 year-old Isobel Wood has a sense of humor. But it isn’t all fun and games. Her Temperament series (oil paint on paper) contains an interesting message once you get past the slight giggle fit.

“The absence of the face confounds our anthropomorphic projections and frustrates our tendency to want to read signs of temperament/character in our pet animals. a common reaction is to assume criminality – perhaps that’s just a sign of watching too much Cops With Cameras.” – Isobel Wood.

Courtesy of Isobel Wood.

Courtesy of Isobel Wood.

Courtesy of Isobel Wood.

Courtesy of Isobel Wood.

Courtesy of Isobel Wood.

Courtesy of Isobel Wood.

Courtesy of Isobel Wood.

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