You'll find it where it is
You'll find it where it is, installed at RayKo Photo Center, November 2015
A geometric structure made of a steel framework with planes made of metallic vinyl and polycarbonate materializes the elements of photography as things in themselves: light, mirror, lens. This faceted form 4 feet in height, lightweight to move and maneuver has become a tool, a subject, and collaborator. Its bodily scale easily redacts the figure in space. A faceted sentinel used to track the line of the sun. An earth measurement device that at once sheilds and sails. The collective result of these works construct undulating magnitudes of scale contracting inward and then folding out and away – much like the folding of a map. Scale is suggested. It collapses. Paper constructs form. Light becomes pigment and then light again, transforming passive gaze to visceral experience.