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The ‘Ladies’ are small papier mâché figures posed in a theatrical fashion to be photographed. Many have veils covering their heads representing the invisibility experienced by the deaf and hard of hearing as they get excluded from conversation, and thus society by their disability, while others have their heads replaced by visual representations of their thoughts and frustrations.
ConfusedLady272
Grid72
Precarious 72
Chaos572
VeiledLadies272
The GroupVeiled72
Spinning ladies 2ndVersion72
LeapingLadies72aweb