Inland Photographs and Disordered Landscapes
"Inland Photographs and Disordered Landscapes,” refers to the similarities between nature’s strange complexity and that of humanity. The uncontrolled forces, the shapes’ complexity, the interweaving and the synergy of the elements—they all look to me like a mirror of human spirit.
We are not straight lines. We are like nature, a very large network of interferences that work together to produce something. However, this polished accomplishment sometimes becomes destroyed in the perpetual comings and goings of order and disorder.