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       Emanations is a study of the concept of what is a photographic subject and that which is the essence of photography. In a world with an ever growing void of imagery, it is difficult to pertain to one specific definition of what a good ‘photographic subject’ truly is. However even with this difficulty there is a clear distinction between what is, and what is not photographic to the naked eye.

       This work originates from an archive of discarded film rolls that were damaged or had chemical stains on the emulsion. By taking these rolls of film, I allotted personal worth and space in a world where others deemed without value. These abstract, ominous works address the meaning and value of photographs in the modern world. With roots deep within the ideas of ambiguity, chance and control in photography, this is is a celebration of the ignored, the unappreciated beauty in fine art.

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