Traditionally, photographs are exposed on film at one moment in time, and presented as a single image on a singe piece of paper. The viewer should be immediately challenged by the nature of this work, to make sense of this new appearance. It is acceptable to me to take photographs apart and reconstruct them in a way that I want them to be seen. The new arrangement of the photographs allow color to be the subject, rather that the things portrayed. These images reposition the viewer and the objects that existed in front of the camera. Color, shape and line are sufficient to hold images together, even when interrupted by new signals. These are visual puzzles, and the answer is found in the act of looking.
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