“When exploring relationships between one’s self and others there are very few places to hide. it is easy to get lost in the obvious, but eventually you are forced to look at what is behind the obvious and that is where you will find memory. Memory of the past, present, future, and the in-between. Memory of death, decay and destruction seem to invade the empty spaces between thought. Sometimes what you don’t see can be more significant than what you do see. The cracks in the wall. Shadows
It can fit in your pocket. – Katie Lyn Coles
Herron School of Art and Design, BFA Photography
2005 The Bratton Award; 2004-2005 Joseph VanSickle Scholarship
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