dust, blood, light | 2003-2006 + |
Select images from a more or less ongoing work in digital and color negative film originals; generally distributed in crude books and as large-format inkjet prints; dimensions variable, [this group from 2003-2006]
chronicling shop life and death
The depicted wound does not heal.
The photograph denies change, and presents evidence of a static reality within its own borders. If the photograph does capture a bit of death on the corporal side, it appears in the image as perfectly preserved life. It lives, fastened along the continuum of the everlasting. The photo sentient reality eludes decay, change, and death. Understandably, it is where we find our ideals.