The Northern Garden is an experiential construct far removed from our�seasonless electronic�existence. The physicality of gardening stands in stark contrast to the sleek containmentof on-line navigation. In this series, The Twice Constructed Garden, human intercession determines the intersection of the natural and the technological.The insertion of personal intention through there-ordering of experience occurs in both physical and digital space. Through use of a decidedly low-tech pinhole camera, image sources are registered from these places which are human ordered, nature produced.Once acquired, these fragments are reconvened and mediated through digital intervention. Each image serves as a channel for the exploration of expectation and recognition.
The images in this series have their sources in photographs made with a pinhole camera.Those sources have been digitally selected and manipulated on the computer and published via a dye-sublimation printer.�
Related to event: (Exhibition) Exhibitions and Installations Ongoing - ISEA97