After being mistakenly contacted by multiple news agencies, including Fox News, NBC, and Al Jazeera for being the first female to try out for the NFL, artist Lauren Silberman tracked down and contacted NFL hopeful, Lauren Silberman and invited her to be photographed. The resulting piece, Face Off, is a composite of their two faces framed in a trophy, confirming the continued confusion between their identities based solely on their name.   Face Off  was first exhibited at the Spring/Break Art Fair in 2016 as part of the show  Doppelnamer , which she also co-curated.

After being mistakenly contacted by multiple news agencies, including Fox News, NBC, and Al Jazeera for being the first female to try out for the NFL, artist Lauren Silberman tracked down and contacted NFL hopeful, Lauren Silberman and invited her to be photographed. The resulting piece, Face Off, is a composite of their two faces framed in a trophy, confirming the continued confusion between their identities based solely on their name.  Face Off was first exhibited at the Spring/Break Art Fair in 2016 as part of the show Doppelnamer, which she also co-curated.

 After being mistakenly contacted by multiple news agencies, including Fox News, NBC, and Al Jazeera for being the first female to try out for the NFL, artist Lauren Silberman tracked down and contacted NFL hopeful, Lauren Silberman and invited her to be photographed. The resulting piece, Face Off, is a composite of their two faces framed in a trophy, confirming the continued confusion between their identities based solely on their name.   Face Off  was first exhibited at the Spring/Break Art Fair in 2016 as part of the show  Doppelnamer , which she also co-curated.

After being mistakenly contacted by multiple news agencies, including Fox News, NBC, and Al Jazeera for being the first female to try out for the NFL, artist Lauren Silberman tracked down and contacted NFL hopeful, Lauren Silberman and invited her to be photographed. The resulting piece, Face Off, is a composite of their two faces framed in a trophy, confirming the continued confusion between their identities based solely on their name.  Face Off was first exhibited at the Spring/Break Art Fair in 2016 as part of the show Doppelnamer, which she also co-curated.

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