“Were you there, did you read about it, or perhaps it reminds you of a story someone one once told you.” Our memory of places and events is imperfect…sometimes truer-than-true and sometimes less than faithful. With Redacted Photography™ through color, motion and meticulous redaction I play with images and perception to highlight the imprecision of memory…and the joy of romanticized recollection.
A mixed media artist in the broadest sense of the term, my work begins with a photograph and through a subtle minimalistic approach, ends with an impression. The work is a fugue on my fascination with the unreliability of memory and the fight for clarity to recall the fleeting moments of life. Redacted Photography™ is systematically subjective, referencing recognizable form at it’s basic level and inviting the viewer to fill in the lost spaces that punctuate the canvas.
I have always been drawn to unfinished work and the forms that are created in the transformative (and for me, magical) process that lies between concept and creation. The skeleton of a building under construction…the pieces of cloth on a designers table… A painter mid project… Gilbert Stuart’s “Washington,” …Leonardo da Vinci’s “Adoration of the Magi.” As an artist I am driven by the challenge to present an image…a memory… with as little information as possible, while still preserving impression and impact.
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