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Francesca Woodman photographed mainly during the 1970's, and is still known today for her black and white photographs, usually featuring herself. Her photographs often contained images (usually bodies) blurred from movement and fading into the background and surroundings. The faces of these bodies were often hidden or obscured, almost like Woodman was focusing on the movement itself, and on the forms as another object just like the stains on the walls, rather than personalized living people. 

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