With Bully Pulpit, U.S.-born artist Haley Morris-Cafiero offers a parodic comment on the phenomenon of bullying in the age of social media. Finding photographs of her harassers on the internet, Morris-Cafiero then used cheap prosthetics to disguise herself as her bully, thus sparking a reflection on identity and online anonymity.
Morris-Cafiero's work was recently displayed at the seventh edition of Unseen Amsterdam. Unseen is an all-year-round leading platform for contemporary photography.
Bully In The Mirror — © Haley Morris-Cafiero / OneShot
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