Photographic images are containers for information. They tell a story. Or at least they should right? We are conditioned to expect images to talk about something so when they offer very little and are in fact abstract what does this mean? Abstract photography evolved out of frustration, but turned out to be one of the best things I ever investigated.
This talk investigates my path to the abstract photograph and the ideas behind that slur of information. On here and on Instagram I rarely share this portion of my work. I save this for my fine art that resides on my artists website. However, I am still making this work and felt it could be appropriate to share my Ted Talk here as well.
If you struggle to understand the abstract or are drawn to creating the abstract this talk gives insight into both as well as my journey with photography.
As always, I welcome your ideas and commentary on abstraction and the photograph.