Landscape is a deep anchor for being and is felt as an object of attachment. The places we visit become infused with our experiences and emotions. These places make us who we are just as much as we make them what they are. They are what we are able to possess and what retains us in our finale.
Through memory we often return to sensations that are felt in a place, a landscape filled with our personal experiences. The very fabric of our experience is transient yet the places are what persists. As palpable as these landscapes are they are altered in our memory; a relative view perceived through our respective filter.
Locus of Memory is a series of double exposed images. They are fused and overlapped in the same way that memories of places are dissolved and entwined to create new feelings and impressions about ourselves in the past.
The landscape of identity is not fixed; it’s made out of recollection and longing, as are the images in this series.