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Olive Juice

by Molly Matalon & Damien Maloney
Offered by VUU studio





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Part road trip journal part romantic travel memoir, Olive Juice situates the viewer somewhere between the backseat of a moving car and the edge of a motel bed. Presented as a non-linear narrative of still life, portraits, and landscapes, Olive Juice explores notions of friendship, intimacy, and gender, and ultimately confronts the ambiguities of representation in photography.


Molly Matalon is a photographer born and raised in South Florida with a BFA in Photography from The School of Visual Arts. Her work, which examines desire, obsession, idealization and power dynamics, has been exhibited both in the United States and internationally. Matalon currently lives in California's Bay Area, working for clients including Bloomberg Businessweek, The Fader, Vice, and Medium.

Damien Maloney is a 28-year-old photographer with a degree in linguistics from Arizona State University. He was born in Texas, raised in Phoenix and currently living in the San Francisco Bay Area. He works editorially and commercially.

*Includes In Conversation piece with Emily Keegin
104 Pages
Hardcover debossed
7.5 x 9.5 in
First Edition, September 2016
Edition of 500