Fieldwork
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Perpetual Drawing

I used the island itself as a sketchbook and lab. By exploring the contours of its natural patterns, a series of ethereal photographs and sketches emerged of the things that make up the place – rocks, pine needles, shadows, driftwood, whatever was naturally at hand – in a celebration of what exists, resisting the human tendency to tear down, build up, and conquer. See more

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Temporal School of Experimental Geography is an itinerant network of artists sharing ideas and responses to landscape through fieldwork

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