27 x 40 Archival Pigment Print
Making and viewing photographs of a place involves noticing something surprising in a very specific geography. Complicating that specificity is the atmosphere of the image, an alternate text provoking stray memories, moods, and desires. The landscape of objective facts is reconstructed, falsified with precision, a place more imagined than experienced. I return over and over again to photograph these places and have come to recognize a place on a map as process rather than fact.