What Is There: Sensing and Seeing
I like to think that photography is about making something felt beyond the merely visible, that it is an art of the excessive. I am curious about the sensations that images call into being, the atmospheres we inhabit in the act of looking. Like ethnography, photography is a practice that invites us to engage with present absences, to touch and be touched, to behold a reality that exceeds us. Moods take shape in the alchemical play of light and texture. And what is there is always more than what can be seen.
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