Nothing haunts us more than forgetting. Forgetting can be thought of as a form of death ever present in life. My approach to photography begins with studying this particular form of memory; memory as if viewed through smoked glass; memory that has become murky and unstable through the passage of time. In my work objects have a peculiar and innate relationship with the past and together come to form a kind of autobiographical reflection of the self, oscillating between fact and fiction, loss and violence. These are photographs that carry the past with them, that speak of time and memory, but also speak of, and beyond the living—carrying the dead along with them.
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