Details:

This photo print depicts classroom apples labeled so students can understand stages of preservation and decay.
Framed: 21.5 x 25.5 x 2.0 in.
Edition 6 of 12

① Artwork:

Notre Dame des Victoires School, 6th Grade Classroom, "Observing Skin's Protective Role," San Francisco, CA

This archival pigment photo print depicts classroom apples labeled so students can understand stages of preservation and decay. It grapples with how what was appetizing in youth can evoke discomfort in old age.

Specs:

24 inches
20 inches
with frame
25.5 inches
21.5 inches

Hangs on a cleat

③ Artist:

Catherine Wagner

Catherine Wagner uses photography to investigate how systems that disseminate information control what we learn and teach. Her images of primary schools, military bases, police academies, trade schools and universities are empty of figures yet reveal traces of society. Her work has been collected in many prominent museums, including MoMA, The Met, Tate Modern, and the Smithsonian.

Catherine Wagner:
Notre Dame des Victoires School, 6th Grade Classroom, "Observing Skin's Protective Role," San Francisco, CA, 1983-1987
Archival pigment print
20.0 × 24.0 inches /
Catherine Wagner:
Notre Dame des Victoires School, 6th Grade Classroom, "Observing Skin's Protective Role," San Francisco, CA, 1983-1987
Archival pigment print
20.0 × 24.0 inches /
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