From the Photomaton gallery guide:
For the past few years, Sandy Wassenmiller has been photographing Coney Island, a place "full of fascination and curiosities," incorporating photobooth machines and imagery into her own still photography. "These are images," says Ms. Wassenmiller, "of how I imagine myself in the process of photographing. The photographer's presence is stated and becomes part of the scene." Pieces from this work in progress are included here.
Freelance photographer Sandy Wassenmiller began her photobooth work relatively recently. She enjoys trying out different machines during her travels and collecting photobooth strips as souvenirs of places traveled to. Ms. Wassenmiller's photographs are in the collections of Boston University, the Joslyn Art Gallery in Omaha and the Sheldon Art Gallery in Lincoln, Nebraska. She received a B.F.A. from the University of Nebraska in 1980.
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