Archival Pigment Print
Year created: 2019
This photograph is from the Flower Fruit series, a diary of our relationship to trees. Behind the stillness trees are on a timetable invisible to us. We see branches swaying in the wind, but we can’t see nutrients coursing from roots to crown. The resulting slow growth from blossom to fruit happens over months and years. In the photographs, multiple exposures amplify depth and stretch the boundary between tree and landscape. This staggered effect creates a sense of time rushing past as if we could see the seasons changing before our eyes.