Long sleeve knit sweater, navy blue on top and red on bottom with red and white striped cuffs on the sleeves. There is a pattern of white stars on the front of the sweater, along with the words IF NOTHING CHANGES outlined in white. The back of the sweater also has a pattern of white stars along with the words 2008 IT CHANGES NOTHING outlined in white.
This is a black and white photograph that shows a woman and a man standing on a sidewalk in front of a doorway. The woman, closest to the viewer and shown in profile, is bending over and reaching behind to adjust her skirt. The man is standing with arms raised to adjust his collar before putting on his sportcoat.
This is one of a series of photographs of Ferrato's neighborhood in New York City - TriBeCa (Triangle Below Canal). Her images explore this historical area of Manhattan by depicting its people and places as it is developed into one of the trendiest zipcodes in the city - 10013.
A square sheet of thin cream colored paper with irregular edges. The paper has a gauzy appearance and a rough surface that includes bits of pulp. On this sheet are two black ovoid forms created by fiber-like black, white and gray lines. These various lines create the appearance of volume, but not substance for the ovoid forms.