It is old news that Instagram has changed the nature of how amateur, professional photographers and the public make and share photography. For many, it is just one of a number of social handles for daily visual communication. For others, however, it has become an intentioned instrument for making serious, thoughtful bodies of work.
This body of work uses the sky as a subject in explorations of light, space and time. In the images, space is simplified and flattened at times, and emphasized and expanded at others. Much like the sky itself, the viewer's understanding of the work is constantly in flux.
Vandalism seems to be the result of an innate human impulse which recurs in various forms throughout history. I'm particularly interested in a specific strain of vandalism happening throughout libraries in the United States.