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The Log of Daily Consumption is a project that explores the oversaturation of images and the emotional dependence we experience when watching too much television. Using photos taken directly from screens, I've created juxtapositions where altered colors reference our toxic obsession with celebrities; In turn, these combinations work to establish fictional connections that metaphorically speak of the vicarious relationships that are generated with the characters and stories that exist in the programs that we consume on a daily basis.

By placing these images in grids, I seek to establish irrational narratives in which genre is balanced and the inclusion of reporters with fictional characters questions the validity of the information we receive in an era where entertainment is a preponderant aspect that tends to be confused with reality.

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