Thirty-five Years 1982–2016
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Nancy Floyd has taken a self-portrait nearly every day for over thirty years. Since 1982 when she began the project, named Weathering Time, she has used a roll of film as a visual record of each month. The resulting images slowly reveal changes in Floyd’s appearance during her life as well as shifts in her family dynamic—people come and go, grow old and die. This selection includes some of the artist’s favorite photographs made over a thirty-five-year span. The black rectangles represent the occasional lapses in her near-daily practice of self-portraiture.