title: Fig. 006 “It's Me"
material: JPEG size: a4 year: 2017
Remax on Allison L. Wade “It’s Not You,” an exhibit at Rick Wester Fine Art Gallery. Wade’s work has long focused on relationships and modern communication. She’s used found voicemails, is at work on a series about sexts, and is hoping to track down the servers that contain messages from blocked numbers. “You don’t know that you’ve been blocked, but the messages never make it to the intended recipient. I really want to know more about the content of these messages.” Wade lives and works in New York City, which she calls “the hardest place to date in the world.” Quote by Alex Ronanhttps://www.florinestettheimer.org/its-not-your/