Mama's Boy

        This photographic series is not merely a comedic attempt on the validity of motherhood; I am simply using the faceless and familiar image of a mother to represent the overly padded world in which many of us develop into fruition.  It’s as though we’re never allowed to play baseball without a tee or go bowling without bumpers; the safety net is always there creating illusions of security and self importance, birthing an individual with an I can do anything mindset.    Is this personal outlook detrimental or helpful? I hope not to generate answers or beliefs; I simply wish to provoke questioning and stimulate a personal dialogue about the self and it’s origins. 
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