Photographer Marissa Webbs younger sister Kaitlin was born with Retts Syndrome, a severe neurological disorder equivalent to cerebral palsy, autism, anxiety, Parkinsons and epilepsy all rolled into one. An ongoing series of photographs by Webb documents Kaitlins life with equal parts love and honesty: the 22-year-old appears dark-haired and beautiful, entranced by a string of plastic purple beads, a package of adult diapers and baby bottle nearby. Webb also prints books of these and other photos and gives them to Kaitlin, who in her exploration crumples and tears them up. The remains, collaged and rephotographed, suggest that what might conventionally seem without worthdestroyed pictures, a developmentally challenged lifeis in fact rich with aesthetic and affective value. Tearing is making too.