• Environmental Dissolve (2016)

   Throughout existence, does one not have to dissolve to environments, temporarily or permanently, in order to associate with the collective surrounding? Does it matter whether a subject gives consent to the act of dissolving or not?

   This project uses six people to cohesively bond their personal experiences of dissolving, despite each images’ obvious dissociation by environment. Each environment directly represents a prime facet that serves as a cornerstone to their lives, through the scope of my perspective. Though they dissolve within different worlds, by the mere act itself, they aggregate within the same experience, creating the ultimate blanket bond.