silver gelatin print
15 in. x 15 in.
I started taking photographs as a way to cope with a fear of forgetting. Coming full circle, I explore the way a photograph as a document manipulates the memory and how a space holds an infinite amount of memories often ignored for our own. In this series I retrace the moments in which my path intersects with another’s. Questioning if two paths ever really separate forever, or in remembering, life paths are constantly looping back on themselves. Because a memory is not a replica of an event but a re-visitation with a constantly changing framework/ headspace as life continues without pause.
Crane, Sam, “Bluebird,” Lewis & Clark Senior Art, accessed March 9, 2014, https://library.lclark.edu/seniorprojects/items/show/4180.