Interior Light

23 gelatin silver prints; 21 images 11” x 14”; each image printed in separate edition of 3 – 20; 2 selected images also printed 8” x 10”, 1 in edition of 6, 1 in edition of 7; 2 additional images 8” x 10”; edition of 7. 

The purer light is the less visible it is; we only see the light itself by the reverberations it produces in the surroundings. – St. John of the Cross


The interior spaces in this series are not the actual subject of the images; rather, the architectural planes and forms are the vehicles by which the light is made palpable. The aim here was also to create a feeling of movement, not laterally, but three dimensionally or in the sense of an internal vibration. Many images seem to move back or project forward in space, while in the images of flat walls (e.g. #6), the light seems to make space pulsate with movement.