"You can get aroused looking at a photograph, and then imagine a relationship with the subject - or object - of the photography. This does evoke an actual physiological feeling. And you can act on it. But it will then declare itself a   fantasy. "

by Joshua Wolf Shenk from his essay, The Opposite of Cool 

Jordan Mount (b. 1999) is a photographer exploring themes of place/home, identity, and iconography. Drawing from introspective analysis of her relationship to shame, rage, and longing she creates provocative metaphors between fact and fantasy. Illuminating the contradictions she finds herself surrounded by. Experimental processes aid her ability to control tone and mood throughout her work. Pushing audiences to confront their internal response and presence as viewers.

Jordan is currently working from a home studio she shares with her boyfriend in Athens, Georgia. 


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