12:34 questions the use of internet photography as a way of expressing identity. I am interested in how individuals yearn to be unique while still fitting into a social construct. This contradiction is heightened by anonymity and proclamations; The internet veils identity and simultaneously creates a platform to show individuality.

In this fragmented collection of images content empties out emphasizing a stylized hollowness. These photographs are printed on tissue paper, representing the ephemeral aspect of contemporary consumer driven pictures. The pieces float and move with viewer interaction and are ultimately destroyed at the end of the show because of the hanging process.