Ithaca, an Itinerary, 2007
In this work photography is used to convey the notion of a continuous non-arrival. An itinerary can be defined as a line of travel, a sketch of a proposed route, an account of a journey, or a portable altar. Every image here is a momentary closure of the vision, until the next image. All images are printed from the same negative. The project has no end or beginning – it is in fact a fragment of an imaginary archive that extends into infinity. There can be no final print and all prints fail equally at trying to be the one.