17" x 22" C-Prints | Various Arrangements
"The question is no longer what there is to see behind the image, nor how we can see the image itself—it's how we can find a way into it, how we can slip in, because each image now slips across other images..." —Deleuze
Interested in the internal act of remembering as it relates to external depiction, I constructed a series of photographs from memory. Departing from sharply focused realism, I explore how the camera connects modes of thinking to the outside world. Viewers are encouraged to reorder the presentation of the photographs; making the narrative fluid while continuing to question conventions of photographic authenticity.