, Cannibalism, from the series 'The Rate of Convergence from Two Opposing System Trajectories'

Cannibalism, from the series 'The Rate of Convergence from Two Opposing System Trajectories'

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Size: 50 H x 38.6 W x 2 in

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Photography: C-type

Size: 50 H x 38.6 W x 2 in

Produced in unfinished residential and commercial developments in the US and Europe, using debris found on site, and working against the grain of still-life photography, these images deploy playful metaphors to suggest a place uncertain of its future.
In this work there’s no real clinch between title and images. There’s just a resonance, a reverberation.
In these images time and space have become an incipient forum of disruptive experiences and expression.
Rather than eliciting a paradoxical relationship between two worlds, the strength of this work arises from the silent dialogue established between a phenomenon of human drama and romantic myth.

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