The Dependence series is a series of photographs taken in a dungeon like environment where one or two women are depicted. It is unsure whether the women are sisters, lovers, or one woman’s mirage of another, but it is clear that there is an emotional dependence between one another now that these two beings have come together in this trapped space. The series itself is very dark. It is evident that the girls have been through some trauma. I printed the photographs in different ways to understand the essence of the narrative. Depending on the way the photographs are printed, I question the viewer’s role in this scenario. When the photograph is printed on luster paper the viewer is more external; the viewer can see that the triptych organizes some sort of narrative but the viewer is far reserved from the scene. When printed as a mosaic on Benjamin Moore paper, a window appears sucking the viewer to become an additional role in the story. Because of the fingerprints on the film layer in-between the viewer and the women, it looks as if the viewer is a third person in this scene. After noticing this relationship I wonder who the viewer looking into this scene could be. Is it a person who accidentally came across these two women? Is the viewer like a psychiatrist tapping into her patient’s brain? Is the viewer another being who is emotionally alone and trapped, just standing feet away from these other two women, longing for some comfort and company?