The component images in my Intersections installation are all multi-layer photographs, the digital equivalent of traditional multiple exposure photographs. The installation is exhibited in a way that permits viewers to move and reorder the presentation to reveal the connections they make–and then to email me a shot of their recuration for web posting.
Each of the Intersections works layers three locations into a single presence. All of them begin with the same image at its base. This serves as a lateral roadway connecting each work, and the series is best viewed when displayed as a single presentation of the images as a structured group. The series rises conceptually from questioning where a place ceases to be part of another place and becomes separate–and the implications of that separation (and, in parallel, where a photograph ceases to be photography).
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Special thanks to the Brush Creek Foundation for the Arts, whose artist in residence program provided the time and focus for me to develop Intersections.