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The title of the series, Sleepwalking, is from the idea of occupying the space between being asleep and awake; reality and the uncanny. Sigmund Freud theorized people who were sleepwalkers were subconsciously attempting to return to the home where they slept as a child. These still life arrangements involve retreating to memories of my father, and testing time by documenting ephemeral elements like camera obscura projections, printed images, shadows, dying flowers, and objects owned by my father.
Boston Hassle, "Sleepwalking Through the Camera"
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