• “Things I Told the Internet, but Didn’t Tell My Mom”

  • “Things I Told the Internet, but Didn’t Tell My Mom”

  • “Things I Told the Internet, but Didn’t Tell My Mom”

  • “Things I Told the Internet, but Didn’t Tell My Mom”

  • “Things I Told the Internet, but Didn’t Tell My Mom”

  • “Things I Told the Internet, but Didn’t Tell My Mom”

  • “Things I Told the Internet, but Didn’t Tell My Mom”

“Things I Told the Internet, but Didn’t Tell My Mom”

The anonymous soapbox-like atmosphere of the Internet has long made it the best place to air out dirty laundry. Artist Anna Ladd is one of those people, and over the years she has confessed to all kinds of personal embarrassments on her blog. Her photo series Things I Told the Internet, But Didn’t Tell My Mom examines the blurry lines of what’s considered public and private. Using banners to spell out phrases that are directly lifted from her blog, the series cleverly shows how broadcasting our thoughts to others over the Internet sometimes doesn’t translate well in the real world. Or, as Ladd describes, these are just “some pictures about my backwards concept of privacy.”  Touché.

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