In this series of self-portraits—presenting the artist’s hair, hand or face—Gary Schneider takes a peek into his own genetics. What is effective about these works is the filter, and the way they have been created. This detached gaze allows us to see ourselves as objects, what is there and what do we look like. The black-light effect adds something eerie to some already creepy photographs. For more of Schneider’s works, click here.
- Lee Jones