My Photography, Flattened Cans

I have been collecting flattened can images for a long time. I am interested in the collision of massed produced near perfection and entropic forces of the cosmos. I am interested in the archeological aspects of what brands wind up in the streets over time. I am interested in the idea of uniqueness as the product of entropic forces.

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03 My Photography:

Flattened Cans

I have been collecting images of flattened cans for a number of years. They represent uniqueness out of homogeneity to me. They start as cohorts (particular brand, particular size) of perfectly shaped and, for all intents and purposes, identical industrial objects. When tossed into the environment (sadly, there is no end of subject material) they continue the entropic process of becoming unique and beautiful objects.

03 My Photography:

Flattened Cans

I have been collecting images of flattened cans for a number of years. They represent uniqueness out of homogeneity to me. They start as cohorts (particular brand, particular size) of perfectly shaped and, for all intents and purposes, identical industrial objects. When tossed into the environment (sadly, there is no end of subject material) they continue the entropic process of becoming unique and beautiful objects.