By looking backwards at an archive of an American woman’s adventures in post-WWII Asia, Zoe Crosher’s show at DCKT contemporary comments on our present moment of life archiving, digitization and globalism.

By looking backwards at an archive of an American woman’s adventures in post-WWII Asia, Zoe Crosher’s show at DCKT contemporary comments on our present moment of life archiving, digitization and globalism.

Look for her work at this year’s Armory Show and the upcoming issue of Aperture, which raises questions of history, identity, the transience of contemporary life and just what evidence one life leaves behind.

The show is made of an archive of shots taken by Michelle DuBois put in a new context by Crosher, bringing a new perspective in the consideration of another’s life:

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