The barriers of iron have created a daze.
Sharp against my skin.
Broken fragments of nails cross.
Wilted to death.
Merging with soot.
Nod your head.
Flakes splintered in the rust.
Blotch the flared Earth.
Washed through the holes.
Molted layers converge.
Pieces of my imagination get stuck in the rush.
OuterRealms of Plants looks at several shots of life. Conceived with the intentions of showing space, this exhibit focuses on essence of color and the details of the defined. The gritty and unclear make it easier to understand color. Focus on a path and follow the transition of color, grit, and shadows.
Dumbo’s Fall explores several plant-based aspects of life in Brooklyn. Pattern’s are present everywhere in existence. Each shot delves into their separate path. Take time to trace spaces with your mind’s eye. Bend the curves. Dodge the lines. Multiply the layers. Parts pile upon one another. Piecing together physical solitude. The winter comes crashing forward.
This gallery contains 10 photos.
All around the place, there is something to see. Shutters eclipse the visible solids. Follow a path.
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These shots explore different directions of spaces in the woods.
Short stories live through much more then noted.
Life is a flash changes toward another direction.
Yet life is still life because it is unified to survive.
This exhibit examines the dynamic between Black and Silver. Not necessarily perishing in its demise, but growing in itself. Understood through the lens of a contact explorer, Black has been left for days on end of roast and ferment. It is here, it is near. Black dominates the scene as Silver responds to attention.
Scour the land in search of life. Tireless travels across the winded valleys. Fractured skin spreads to the basement’s core while mountainous hills bubble away. In an attempt to understand self, one understands Black. Through focusing on Silver, we find depth in Black.