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Spit and Polish 

Wednesday, Jun 6 2007
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Morgan Konn's photographs in Her House, Her Clothes show a young woman posing in a series of beautiful, if boring, houses. A bland middle-class aesthetic screams from each image, whether through marble countertops, tasteful window treatments, or the regulation-pretty clothes she wears. As the Bay Area becomes less and less inhabitable for anyone but the double-income-no-kids set, this world may be frosty and passionless, but it's probably more common than one might think. This makes Konn's work especially relevant to the show it's in, "The Spitting Image." As a look at stereotypical feminists, the show exposes everything that gets in the way of genuine change. Or maybe not -- maybe yuppie-haters are wrong, and these white-bread spaces hold potential for more than meets the eye. Curator Terri Whitlock chose Konn along with Kelli Connell and collaborators Tarrah Krajnak and Wilka Roig.
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