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Created in 2012, Projected Light is a series of photographic prints that explore how we look at screens.
Playing on John Szarkowski’s notion of the photograph as either a mirror (that reflects our worldview) or a window (a lens through which we see the world), this series presents the screen as having similar qualities.
The prints were created by exposing black & white photographic paper with a negative image through a digital projector, giving each print the functional qualities of a screen. Each image is a still from known media, meta pictures that refer to themes often associated with photographs and screens; light, memory, windows/mirrors, reality, projection and truth.
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