Project: Diptychs

These diptychs are part of an ongoing series of photographs which examine the built environment.  The use of dual-frame images encourages more deliberate observation of a place, and helps emphasize the relationship between a specific site and the broader context in which it is situated, sometimes reflecting the contrast between public and private space, or inner and outer spheres of activity.  The physical and social boundaries of a site reveal how inhabitants within an environment present themselves unto others, and is a theme in much of my social landscape work.