Christopher Jonassen

Devour, 2013

At first glance, these objects may look like planets but they are actually photos of the bottoms of frying pans.

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Jean Dieuzaide

AlbarracĂ­n

Spain, 1955

From Jean Dieuzaide: Yan

For this project, items made and packaged in China were purchased in US department stores and bodegas. They remained in their original packaging until they were dusted for fingerprints and then photographed under black lights. This process allowed for the evidence of another’s touch, quite possibly the person involved in constructing and packaging the item, to be revealed.
Made in China highlights the human factor and invisible history in each object’s production, and forces us to reconsider the relationship those who are leaving their fingerprints on each item may have with it.