Mythos is about the suggestion of things (ideas, stories) beyond the “facts” of the photograph. I am especially interested in the idea that what “meets the eye” or camera lens, as the case may be, is a fraction of what exists in support of the scene. I have the sense that far more exists in the “darkness,” both literal and figurative, in which all things are imbedded; that the universe is more darkness than light; that when we experience something brought forward into the light it is the tip of a proverbial iceberg. Mythos pursues the primordial and pre-conscious nature […]
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