The main part of the gallery space is used to display a series of large triptychs, where a single scene is photographed from several different angles, bringing out specific details or ironies embedded in the mundane (and bearing a stylistic resemblance to Paul Graham's a shimmer of possibility series). A shop window contains both a ruffled table setting and a paper flyer looking for a missing girl; a roadside doctor's office advertises treatments for a variety of maladies via a hand painted sign; a man washes his clothes; people linger around a pay day loan storefront; shoes are displayed, alongside a changing room. All of these take place against the backdrop of dusty towns, low rise buildings, dirt roads and rusty fencing, people scraping out a life in slow moving villages.
- Artist site (here)
- New York magazine slideshow (here)
- 2006 Hasselblad Award (here)
- Review of Intersections Intersected book @5B4 (here)
- 2006 BAM exhibit (here)
- 1998 MoMA exhibit (here)