"I have always been aware of people making faces, commenting and laughing at me about my size. I now reverse the gaze and record their reactions to me while I perform mundane tasks in public spaces."→
[More:]I really like the concept of this project. Interestingly, though, I found that many of the images were somewhat ambiguous - the people could be looking at her and judging her size, but they could also be serious-face people (I am one) or laughing about something else. But even that ambiguity called to mind the way we have to negotiate our own anxieties about our appearance and others' reactions, and we have to find some way of dealing with the perhaps hundreds of reactions we will each encounter in a day - ignore everyone, observe everyone, suspect everyone, assume the best of everyone, etc. It prompts some interesting thinking.