Catherine Maloney makes (not takes) photographs of men in outerspace. Her series Teleplay Part I has got that fascinating fan-made thing to it but not because of some slightly embarrassing stitch for stitch, word for trek-ing word reconstruction. It’s the expressions and the angles and the clever close-ups with the space around them. They’re uncanny. I think her work is like that, funny not ha-ha but like she just gets it right and that’s it. So I thought it best to add a couple more…
…and make it long (and prosper).
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