A project looking at our brief perception of strangers. We take in so many different faces everyday, but how many do we remember? And out of that many, could you honestly tell me every exact detail of them?
With this project, I asked strangers in Manchester City Centre to pose behind the perspex frame for sixty seconds. In that minute, I would try and get as much detail to remember them by as I could. After the subject had left, I would then photograph the remaining portrait.
The resulting illustrations are disproportionate and lacking detail (due to the small time scale), meant I still could not retain full knowledge of their appearances.