Well, it’s June and the next residency is fast approaching. Life is busy as we get ready to close on our house and packed with travel for almost all of June.
Everything interesting to me happens in the interstitial space that a photograph can demarcate but never occupy.
This semester has been a maelstrom. I mean that in the best possible way. I began the semester in a complete tailspin from our first residency.
I took the last photo that I shot on my iPhone, broke it down into hex values (it’s like shorthand for individual pixel colors and values) and broke that down further into the binary.
Reading List from SP2015 – Academic Independent Study
There is something of a paradox built deep into the human psyche; it is composed of two warring desires that can rarely be simultaneously satisfied.
Included is work from several months of shooting. Work has mostly been on a Fuji GW690III on film. I’ve been looking at piles and Google Earth images.
In the broad landscape of art, photography holds a wide range of roles. More often than not, it ends up being a means to an end – a vehic…
Work from the month of March, 2015.
Summary Reflection for Critical Theory 1