Mark Menjivar's photo project, You Are What You Eat, is a series of refrigerator interior portraits. Each fridge was shot as-is, with no advance warning. A small description of the owner accompanies each portrait, and the result is a surprisingly intimate peek into their lives.
I can't help but love art that verges on the voyeuristic. Maybe it's an American thing to want to see into your neighbors house. And I wonder, would you let Mark shoot your refrigerator at this very moment? How would it reflect on you?
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