These photographs are intended to provide a psychological view into the spaces we inhabit. The use of shallow focus is a way to keep the images from becoming too literal. I am nearsighted. Sometimes when I look around without my glasses, I can see fantastic blurred shapes and patterns created by the objects and light and shadows in the rooms of my house. Sometimes our vision is too perfect to see the spirit of what is in our everyday sight. These photos were taken in my house, my parents' house, or houses of other family members.
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