All the Times We Did Not Know
The past does not have an independent existence. Impossible as it sounds, it is not a locked-in force of nature immune to our meddling. It is an idea, constructed and malleable, that can only be apprehended through the lens of our own contemporary experiences.
Like history itself, my images are constructed. They are made from historical fragments modified by our own present views. My images can only be understood in the light of our current time: a traveling photographer who takes his own landscape with him; a man who crafts dogs with an early form of 3D printing; a woman serene amid the chaos of wolves howling at a fictional moon.
Those who remember the past are condemned to recreate it.