Randi Alegre's photography is sometime like watching still after still of Warhol's portrait films, but with a twist, because Alegre engages the subject through the process of interview and inquiry. The image and text is from the series The Fight or Flight Theory. This makes the subject more lively and natural. Even the chairs feel like portraits of people or evidence of a persons character. The narrative is in the person being engaged by the photographer and then further being engaged by the viewer. This layering effect makes the subject a richer image to the viewer. It is almost as if the viewer is asking the subject questions. The reactions bring about a feeling of getting to know these subjects. The repetition of images works well, because it reinforces the subjects reactions and allows you to further understand the subject. On a technical note, the subjects are well lit and the cropping of the figure further reinforces the shape and structure of a figure. The close up images of the figures reinforce the idea of the moment captured in a series of moments. This separation is important in that the viewer can engage in the subject in a series of images or as one or two moments. That separation bring about multiple perspectives to the same subject.
~ The Art Reviewer on The Fight of Flight Theory