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As layers accumulated, something about the obvious became forgotten.
Comprised of a set of 24 triptychs printed in a book, the sequencing of images in East…West defies time-based chronology and is instead constructed through the use of visual relationships that are meant to establish a narrative while reinforcing a memory that otherwise would be fractured.
As the viewer flips through pages, each set of images is followed by a blank page and a brief poetic statement that references my experience of place and the reinterpretation that occurs through viewing photographs set as tableaus.
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