A comparison of two artists, Toni Morrison and Sally Mann, based on issues of censorship that they have faced with their work. In the case of the two artists, censorship is often justified through reasons that take their work out of their original context. Contextomy critiques this censorship on their work by using perforated borders for viewers to physicially rip and remove the censorship and criticisms to reveal the artists' true messages.
The voices of the criticism and the voices of the artists are distinguished through the different typefaces.
Instructed by Jan Fairbairn