A French sociologist declared that your true personality is best revealed in your trashcan. Brooklyn-based artist Katherine Hubbard spent a year photographing everything she threw out, and all fifty-two landfill-landscape images ran in Good magazine,
chronicling kitty litter, light bulbs, q-tips, hairballs—and a dazzling array of diet-related detritus.
Wrote Hubbard, “These are behavioral portraits expressed through the inevitable refuse of living.”
She spent week 31, shown above, on a camping trip.