I have always been interested in pushing the boundaries of what photography is. Why does it have limits? Why must it remain on the wall? Or have an image? Or use a camera and lens? Can it be these things AND their opposite and still be photography?
I say yes!
My latest two series of works Untitled Metals and Stacks work on the perspective of creating something photographic that challenges the current conventions and expectations. The cyanotypes recall the history of photography within their specific pieces but remain forward looking by stacking and piling on the floor. The metals are actually B&W photographic paper subjected to a chemical reaction. Both works are fully activating the surface of the print.