The project “Holy Place” is an exploration and reconstruction of possible narratives among evidence – meaningful or otherwise. It is a discovery of both natural and human disturbances that creates a tabeloux of history of our “farm” property; a property that was a migrant labor camp and has been fallow since 1999, the year I graduated high school.
Engaging with my camera mounted to a boom 15 feet in the air, my process disturbs my overall control of the compositions and yet suggests a gods-eyed view and understanding. With very limited knowledge of my own, I reconstruct, revalue, and interpret the narratives of the previous occupants as well as the current state of the land.
This project is in progress. It is currently being reconsidered and added to.