Gentlemen in Line - Prints
"I dare do all that may become a man,
who dares do more is none" - Macbeth (act1, scene 6)
In response to his wife’s taunting of his indecisiveness, Macbeth at first tries to hold his ground by appealing to his manhood. To give him credit, his understanding of manhood is actually more than the masculine sense: when he says “I dare do all that may become a man”, he means that he will do whatever is appropriate for a decent person, which shows that his understanding of ‘man’ is all-encompassing, meaning ‘human’.
Shot in Hyderabad, India, 2021.
All prints are on Canvas in select sizes.