The multi-exposure works are a sequential succession of film images wherein the image is deconstructed and replayed. The mind sees visual information as one image, but one’s eyes are always moving.
My multi-exposure works allow us to see, in a single photograph, the subjects as if we were walking past, through, or around them.
These photographic works are composed in the camera, as I shoot several exposures from different points of view. They are not computer manipulations.
The images are exposed with medium format film and printed with the film edge numbers, so the viewer can see the process of multi-exposing the film. – KC
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