This new project considers the intense light seen by the very first arctic explorers. By using the photographic still life to visualize the sense of foreign light, the black and white images provide abstractions of the light and minimalist landscape foreign to human eyes. Images from this project explore the desolation of the landscape that is obscured or revealed by the light, and the methods used to understand the distant and foreign land.
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