archival pigment prints in an edition of
ed 4+1ap 35x46”
ed 3+1ap 20x25"
A Thousand Miles an Hour (ATMAH) is a series of photographs focusing solely on sunrises, sunsets, moonrises, and moonsets. Fusing an interest in cosmology, technology, and science, these astronomically oriented landscapes question disparities which can arise between human perception and phenomenological actuality. Each image features a motionless, tack-sharp sun or moon near the center of frame while the remaining objects in the landscape – the skies, and even the earth itself, appear to be in motion – blurring in an off-kilter direction. These unconventional views of our celestial neighbors expose a gap between our perception and our understanding of universal forces, while visualizing the systems we create to describe the world around us.