Tag: Stanley Kunitz
Waiting for coffee at Mdm. Michaux’s roadside stand, Cange, Haiti. 6:01 AM, May, 2014. I often think about photographing between moments. Another way of describing this may be in terms of impulse and desire – that part of us that compels us to keep shifting and moving from one state to another. Poet Stanley Kunitz writes […]
Olive. VI. Paros, Greece. 2010 Scan from 8×10 negative Where is the opening, the closing, the beginning, the end Why the edge, the wedge or age? What of the form between form, the shape of shape of youmeyoumeyou, just blending?
Earth. Sky. Cortona, Italy. March 2010. (Where are you now, Julian Jaynes?) print from 8×10 negative, processed with Pyro developer “Part of the fascination with gardening is that it is, on the one hand, a practical exercise of the human body and, on the other, a direct participation in the ritual of birth and life […]
Suns. (fresco and La Nativita by Raffaello Vanni.) Chiesa di San Francesco, Cortona, Italy. March 2010. 8×10 film, processed in pyro. The series, ‘In The Garden’, began while I was in Cortona, in 2010. I knew then that the work had something to do with the singular sense of relief that comes from compression and […]
In the Garden 12. Atlanta, GA. February 2013
In the Garden 11. Atlanta, GA. February 2013