Photographed from the perspective of the passenger, the subject of these photographs is the passage of time itself. Using an extremely a slow shutter speed, a long span of time is compressed into one single image. The amount of blur, which varies by its physical relationship to the viewer, is used to examine the viewer’s relationship to time and space. The immediate passes too fast to comprehend, while the slow passing of further objects allows contemplation. And the car, like our sense of self, appears unchanging and solid.
Printed with archival pigment inks on cotton rag. Dimensions 12″ x 18″, editions of 10