Digital print (photography)
24 x 24 in.
“My work explores the relationship between perception and cognition. I don’t set out to look for subjects. The texture, shape, or relation between subjects will instantly fascinate me, and I will in turn try to capture the ‘moment.’ This piece focuses on the irrelevant and mundane, an elevating documentation created by using light and perspective. Thinking about what life looks like during and after the pandemic defines this exact process by subjecting everyday objects to be infused with a narrative detailing their place and our identity. The loneliness of even urban life is amplified as these images are not digitally manipulated.”
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