COLLAGES BY BRONSON SOZA
This image features three mothers from completely different areas of the world and reflects how filial bonds permeate throughout culture.
In this collage, there are three groups of people from three different magazines and three different decades. These images are arranged to portray a family reunion with family photos and games. These people aren't all related; the image questions how we define family. Is family always about blood relation, or is it the people we choose?
This piece centers on mass production and fast fashion. The women, who are all dressed and styled in a similar way, are juxtaposed against an image of a chicken processing plant. While the two may not have much of a connection, the processes behind the two mirror each other in some ways. Mass production gives people access to cheap and trendy pieces, but at what cost? Where do our clothes come from, and are the processes as glamorous as the product?