rislachius

(18) a spirited young woman

May 30 '12

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Photographer Rania Matar captures the inner worlds of teenage girls through their bedroom interiors, from the American upper class to the refugee camps of the Middle East. What emerges is part James Mollison’s Where Children Sleep, part JeongMee Yoon’s Pink and Blue Projects, part something else entirely. 

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    It’s interesting what you can learn from a person about how their house or bedroom is arranged. I think the third girl...
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    That is a lot of medals the third girl has, I wonder what from (mine are from dance). Also, her blanket/comforter looks...
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