Long exposure C- Prints, destroyed with bleach;  2017


Time is neither static nor passive. The way we perceive our experiences are blurred, transitory, always in constant motion and transformation. Memories are not solid, they blur together, decay and dissolve. We cannot hold onto them but still we try. With long exposure photographs, time stretches out, capturing only vague remnants of light and color. The act of then destroying the physical prints simulates the slow destruction of the past as time continues to move forward. Time inevitably consumes all, and our memories are only fading fragments of what once was.