Collection: View Points of Intersection (1999)

I was not aware of this when I was taking photographs of the subject, but increasingly when I was about to take a picture, a scene in which a number of layers overlapped would occur to me. I began to feel this way because I felt that there were conditions that did not overlap nicely with that plane or space. Even as I was coming to grips with a place, I seemed to be conscious of some other place. An overall image is made up of a collection of ambiguous memories. Therefore, the challenge I was taking up in this series was making manifest or clarifying an ambiguous condition.