"Reach into me, Reach into you"
Overlapping photos of decontextualized elements from different but similar places in 16:9 format
Reach into me, reach into you is a photographic reaction to overlapping similarities between urban, developed land and places thought of as authentically wild. This series involves images of decontextualized elements from multiple places that come together to create one landscape. Small portions of each combination identity are stripped away to create an image that begins to use stereoscopic, anaglyph language from 3D films made in the 80’s. Red and Blue filtered glasses generate an area of hollow depth in the center of each image.