“I never intended to show the pictures I took. The Polaroids are documents of places I built, sculptures I made, people I know, the process of painting. I used the camera as a medium. Because of the camera I had the experience. Anomalies, idiosyncrasies, light leaks and accidents form the character of these photographs — I just happen to press the button. Using this camera is like riding a good horse, you just hold onto the reins and let her run. I don’t have a camera. I don’t walk around taking photos. It was this particular camera that I became...
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