Parsons School of Design. Photography Department.
(sponsoring body)Emily Cameron
As an artist, I have always been consumed with the nexus of past and present events and ideas of what the future holds. The flux of time is an important aspect of life that restricts and expands, and thus shapes (and re-shapes) who we are and what we have been or will become. Life is transient and therefore dictates a changing of time, space and even people. The way we remember life situations is quite different when tethered or connected to a physical space or place, through visual stimuli such as photographs or by occupying a space. The photograph, being an index of time, allows the observer to focus on the remnants and residue of “something” or “someone” left behind or missing. Occupying the space of one’s memories with a photograph causes time and space to collide in a way that allows, or even compels, the viewer to have an understanding and appreciation of the sustained, perhaps constant, past and future presence of “something” or “someone” now physically absent.
Emily Cameron. Untitled Thesis Project.
May 2009. Parsons School of Design MFA Photography program theses; 2009 Theses. New School Archives and Special Collections Digital Archive
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