Photographer Jennifer McClure bravely re-imagined scenes from her past failed relationships in the highly personal and intimate photo series 'You Who Never Arrived.' The photos capture staged scenes featuring McClure in reconstructed scenes borrowed from situations with her past lovers.
McClure re-imagined and captured her memories in hotel rooms using stand-in men to play the part of her various partners. Hotel rooms were chosen because McClure's relationships were "unlived in and impersonal."
The intention of the series was for Jennifer McClure to examine where her relationships went wrong, and whether there were discernible patterns among them. While the scenes are inherently personal, they are also universal in that many people can relate to the tenuous emotions they convey.
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