Jack X Proctor is an image-based artist dealing with human relationships and human connections, increasingly drawing correlations between ecological systems and human interaction. Largely working with black and white film or neutrally toned video, subjects are constructed from vulnerability, sensuality and performance of an experience or feeling. A compulsion to be consumed in moments that are fading with every moment are taken out of time to create a new gesture which is a hyperbolized truth of existence. Dealing with collaboration both between subject and photographer, Jack pushes the comfort zone of everyone involved in a forced intimacy between subjects and as in directing the image. Ultimately their work explores larger systems, influencing visual patterns in relation to human connections.
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