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Date Uploaded: Feb 28, 2014

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03/23/2014 09:18:25 PM
Enjoyed this series. So much to find in each image!
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03/07/2014 08:48:31 AM
I love the way you constructed these images. The warped and layered objects makes me feel like I'm looking at the world in a fun-house mirror reflection. Creepy and intriguing.
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03/05/2014 02:23:00 PM
The energy kids have is breathtaking. You've captured it so artfully. Beautiful essay.
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03/04/2014 07:29:37 PM
I see that you had 143 viewers - 45 times of them must be me!
I fell in love with the technique in which you presented your dance macabre. It's undoubtedly photography with some nodding to charcoal drawing: the erasures make the magic here.
Your pictures are somehow reminiscent of some of William Kentridge work.
I do have a favorite although I would not take it outside this wonderful essay.
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03/03/2014 06:20:41 PM
It's like you went to an amusement park and it fractured the world... kids turned into characters from other times and dimensions.
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03/03/2014 02:05:44 PM
I also got quite scared to follow the trial, after the first 5 seconds with the first image. Amazing that one ends up soothed and content at the end.
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03/02/2014 10:51:29 PM
Interesting effect created by your image overlay and/or post processing. Easy to get lost in this collection. I can't help wonder what your inspiration was and what you hope we take away. Maybe it's as you intended and the less we know the better. A very mice addition to the side challenge.
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03/02/2014 10:51:19 PM
This series is beautiful and, like the face of an angel, a little bit terrifying.
It illustrates the unknowable memories that we all share but can't name.
Cave paintings done with light and shadow.
Each one of these 5 is a trusted part of the whole.
Nothing left out, nothing extra.
The hands are bony wings.
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03/02/2014 02:53:13 AM
This series of photographs looks at first blush like it's going to be discomforting. Fragments and glimpses, uncertainty, ambiguity; these are the things that make our dreams the ones that wake us with a gasp so shocking. But there's a perverse (in the sense of inverted) quality about them, especially the first four, in that the longer you look at each one, the more it resolves itself into something oddly soothing and familiar but imperfectly recalled.

This essay is superficially complex but essentially simple and pure. That's a rare and thrilling combination; something that made several of the great poets great.

And I also love the 'granular ink' look of the images, and the artefact-style border. These make the images look as if they have been wrested from a recalcitrant memory.

Thank you.
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03/01/2014 09:46:00 PM
I'm not sure I want to go any farther. How can you go on from this? It's everything encapsulated into a single picture.
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