My photography examines the passage of time. With the aid of a digital slitscan camera of my own invention, the horizontal axis of the image is rendered as a time exposure. A single sliver of space is imaged over an extended period of time, with moving objects inserting themselves into the data stream at different speeds and directions. The result is a swap of the dimensions of X and Time. Counter to the classical rules of photography, still objects are blurred and subjects in motion are rendered clearly.
Bachelor of Arts, 1983