Twin Sisters and Photographers Noncedo and Nonzuzo Explore Their Individual Identities in ‘Carbon Copy.’

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Carbon Copy, Noncedo and Nonzuzo, Black Women Art


“Twin sisters , Noncedo and Nonzuzo share their love for photography by turning the camera on themselves and hopefully other twins in the near future. It is after a series of incidents of mistaken identity, where people meet the other in another city and are convinced that they have met the twin they know. After the initial greeting they realize that something is offish , then it they click it is the other twin… They then start looking at what they could have missed , the tell tales signs. Eventually we are both in the same space then the comparison begins, from who is prettier, fun, sexy etc.

With this project we want to explore the lives of other twins, their stories of what makes them individuals, of what it is like to have a person you are tied to for life since birth and hopefully break down any misconception about twin. “


Carbon Copy, Noncedo and Nonzuzo, Black Women Art

Carbon Copy, Noncedo and Nonzuzo, Black Women Art

Carbon Copy, Noncedo and Nonzuzo, Black Women Art

Carbon Copy, Noncedo and Nonzuzo, Black Women Art

Carbon Copy, Noncedo and Nonzuzo, Black Women Art

Carbon Copy, Noncedo and Nonzuzo, Black Women Art

Carbon Copy, Noncedo and Nonzuzo, Black Women Art

Carbon Copy, Noncedo and Nonzuzo, Black Women Art

Carbon Copy, Noncedo and Nonzuzo, Black Women Art

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