Tabitha Soren Explores American Identity Through Baseball

September 1, 2015

By David Walker


Tabitha Soren used a variety of image formats to explore quintessential American ideals about striving and success, as they are expressed through the game of baseball. Above: "Unique Tintype 1582," 2014. 

Photography projects sometimes arise from blind faith in one’s instincts, even if that means years of wandering. Such was the case for Tabitha Soren, who spent 12 years working on her project “Fantasy Life,” about baseball as a metaphor for America’s identity myths. Kopeikin Gallery recently exhibited the project, which was also published in California Sunday Magazine, Vanity Fair and...

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