Timelines compresses space as well as time through the use of pinhole photography: Each image contains visual information gathered over distances of 1/4 mile and more.
Since we are unable to ‘see’ this way, our perception exists within these images only as layers of palimpsests to be merged and covered by a continuous stream of visual information, eventually forming the finished entity: one photograph.
In Timelines, the traditional roles of photograph and caption are reversed: the images form the ‘looser’ element, but yet contain everything the more concise captions describe -and much more.
Note: This is a selection of works
Link: Download accompanying essay from Portfolio magazine