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In this series, I utilize photographs from my family archive to shed light on the privilege of  nostalgia, specifically through the lens of gender oppression. Romanticizing "the good old days”  plays into escapism, as it neglects the reality those who have been historically persecuted. By  cropping out the faces of those pictured, the focus of these images shift from the individual  subjects to their actions and body language. Power dynamics appear in the form of fitted suits to  a firm grasp, acts of intimidation and control. In order to understand how oppression continues  to be imposed, it is critical to first recognize one’s own relationship to its history. Who are “the  good old days” good for?


Born and residing in Cincinnati, Ohio, Becca Moskowitz is currently pursing a Bachelor of Fine  Arts degree at the University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning  (DAAP). Her work primarily utilizes photography and sculpture to explore concepts around  gender, nostalgia and death.

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