Where Are You Now, Chris Bucklow? June, 2008 Palladium-platinum print from 8×10 negative
(Going). Rachel. Luca. Praying Mantis. Sewanee, TN. May, 2008. Palladium-platinum print from 11×14 negative
Vejiben Odedra, Gujerat, India. 1995. digital scan of 8×10 inch negative.
Kanchan. India, 1995. Palladium-platinum print from 8×10 inch negative My mother, and her shadow, and the frames… what is resolved and what is tolerated. This image sums up an extraordinary woman and an extraordinary life. And I am still moving towards what is obscured by being seeing. “There is a difference, a great one, […]
A reminder: I am laying out the ‘reasoning’ or ‘data points’ for a particular trajectory of images that may, for now, best be summed by their obscurity. These first few, ‘Never Any Clouds’ posts are a sort of preamble. Mendocino Botanical Gardens, CA. 1986 palladium-platinum print from 8 x 10 inch negative
Two quotes, that have shimmered around in me for years, then some images about what is obscured from us by being seen… George Mackay Brown, the Orcadian poet and author: “There, you shake another cloud from you, and another, in your great haste this windy night to finish your business, whatever it is.” From Vinland And Ana […]