In these large-format photographs, the monumentality of the subjects echoes the sculptural aspect of the object. Immoderation, a recurring motif, guides the viewer on an ambiguous journey. A headless tree trunk illuminates a dark forest with a surreal, bright orange. Two other photographs taken at the same location, Shotgun Rapids, Idaho, hang nearby, allowing the viewer to see them as a triptych.
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