My work incorporates photography, film, installation, and sculpture and deals with evocative meditations on time and duration as well as themes of historical and personal memory.
The photographs I have submitted are deeply indebted to the work of Lee Friedlander, in particular his series ‘the Little Screens’. Whereas Friedlanders work is exploring the emerging television medium, my work hopes to document the ubiquity television has attained in our society, and to explore collective experience and individual isolation.
I hope these works underscore the two-dimensionality of the picture plane and potential of photographs to contain varying levels of reflection, opacity, and transparency. I hope these photographs evoke a certain ambiguity, an oscillation between reflected and actual reality, that invite inspection of the space and the meaning of the image.