Friday, March 23 - 10:00AM to 10:45AM
Grand Ballroom C
This series explores the modern notions of women hunters and the issues of gender, power and representation. By photographing in each woman's home or hunting lodge I create a dynamic that questions the relationship between the domestic sphere, traditionally the women's place, and the hunting world, typically a masculine realm. The attributes of Diana, that of the bow and arrow, hunting dog, deer and animal trophies, further express this dichotomy. These formal portraits were captured in both rural and urban centers across the country with a large-format camera.