The Intimacy in Emptiness
The Intimacy in Emptiness
A Study in Panoramas
     Often, I find myself taken aback by the places we interact with every day—the spaces where we live and work. I am fascinated by how people marvel atthe Grand Canyon, but not the gorge behind their house, or the valley neartheir town. We will be awed by the interior of huge caves, but unfazed by the equally largeatrium of the local mall food court.I wanted to show the areas of places we all frequent in such a way that brings backa sense of awe.
     My process turns manyphotographs taken from a rotating view into one long panoramic work. Thus, a3-dimensional space has been taken and visually flattened out in a way thatenhances the spatial relations to have a kind of rhythm that would not exist ina single photograph. By doing this, I have created a warped illusion of realitythat heightens the vastness of everyday spaces.
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