Edition of 50
38 x 25.5 cm, Newspaper, 2017
In an era of visual abundance, Pictures I never took de-constructs the act of photographic representation, encouraging us to rediscover the processes by which we ‘see’ and imbue the world around us with meaning and memory.
Universally, the modern experience, shares a growing habit of skimming information, P.I.N.T. pre-supposes that this habit directly relates to a struggle to hold onto experiences in our long-term memory. By suggesting that this inability to hold on to facts and experiences limits the reach of imagination and challenges our ability to perceive complex forms of expression, the book seeks to rediscover meaning and memory within the image.