Land In Land
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I make images to better understand the many different ways I experience land.
I walk through landscapes, looking closely; sometimes carefully choosing the location of my next footstep and other times pausing to survey my surroundings. Often, I wonder what’s around the next corner or over the next hill and what I can’t see within or beyond it. I experience the land with my whole body; sight, sound, smell, taste, touch, and rhythm of flow when moving through it. Always I wonder how I can capture those sensations in the images I make.
Not unlike looking at a painting, when looking at land very closely a chaotic abstraction emerges and when looking at it...