Photography is privileged in its ability to represent our relation to time. The experience of waiting is revealed during the photographic process. Photography seems to corrupt the flux of time and the act of shooting is made dependent on the cameras with which the artist is working. My research looks on behalf of the subject, bounding the images as a function of the machine that shoots them. All my photographic works tend to reveal the camera itself. I am not trying to shoot something predefined; my process is to seek good subjects for each respective camera that I use. In this sense my work engages the viewer with a direct and tangible connection to time-based experiences where waiting becomes visible.
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