My triptych project continues. I know I want these to have a more “narrative” feel and be about Chicago’s built environment, but I’m not sure where exactly I’m going with this. So I’m just going to make pictures and then think about a direction once I’ve got something actually produced. In the meantime, criticism gratefully […]
I want pictures that tell stories. So being me, I built a camera that I hope can start doing that about Chicago’s architectural spaces. This is it: The idea is that the three pinholes take three different views of the same scene – the top ones are heavily up-and-side shifted within their sub-frames to look […]
If I have a frustration with the public spaces 360-degree panorama project, it’s with the number of images that I have to reject because the composition is just not strong enough. However, many of these contain parts, often 180-degree halves, that could stand pretty well on their own. Two cases in point: I made these […]
After years of seeing it from across the river, I finally made it to Arata Isozaki’s graceful Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology in Kraków. A quiet, understated gem of a building. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to take pictures in the main gallery space, so these will have to do.