April 7 - May 5
ONE FIFTEENTH is a photographic exploration of the impact images have on our experience in
making connections and how much of that is assumed. So, how do I make someone aware of this?
Through the focus of a single space. One roll of film allows for the subtle differences between each
progressing image to emerge. The series is two-part: framed images on a wall and a photo-book. The
framed images focus more on the intentionality of seeing. Each picture is taken of the same thing (a desk)
but the viewer is asked to look closer. Then he/she moves through the book comparing every image for
their similarities but never noticing them individually, looking without seeing. This interplay allows the
viewer to experience a slow moment in time and become more aware of our passive tendencies to
disengage with what we are looking at.