Exposure № 027: Shells, abstracted

Nicole O’Connor tells Dr. Hurley about her work:

“Most of my work centers around the relationship between the past and the present and how our memories can fade or alter over time. I most often use expired medium-format film and very few changes are made to the photograph after the film leaves the camera; my intention is to create a parallel between the changes in the chemicals of the film and in the brain and to show how those modifications can affect our view of the past. I’m very interested in the caulk our brain uses to fill in gaps between forgetting in order to make our recollections once again seem cohesive.”

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