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August 31, 2012

I wanted to explore the photograph as a window into another world in this series of images.

Archival inkjet prints of photographs are over-printed with very deep, rough textures: these are printed from steel plates deeply etched with cross-hatched lines and rough aquatints.  The surfaces block your view of the ‘scene’ beyond them and create a distance between the space of the spectator and that of the subject. They bring attention to the framing of the image by the camera – to the kind of selection of subject matter made by the photographer.


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