The images in Land In Land join two views from the same area; one, a detail of the ground I’m standing on; and two, a more expansive view of the landscape I’m moving through. Near and far, literal and abstract, inside and outside are presented simultaneously. These images are as curious about time as they are about space. Two moments, passing relatively closely together, are joined; the final image doesn’t appear until both moments have passed, but the images created in those moments persist and merge. Each moment and location becomes a part of a larger continuum. Building up layer upon layer, observation, memory, and imagination comingle.
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