Bruce Fraser

Repeat After Me

This photographic work attempts to provoke the everyday towards obscurity and highlight the wavering centrality and stability of the domestic space by positioning objects in dialogue with each other to create domestic photographic sculptures.

My work often stemms from an intellectual restless-ness concerning my domestic space. Most of my work deals with the centrality, stability, and continuity in the domestic space. In my most recent series, I am attempting to focus on the peculiarity of “the everyday” domestic space and to position objects in dialogue with both each other and with people to provoke the everyday towards obscurity, using my own subjective perspective as the catalyst.