At the beginning of the Great Depression, my father photographed his Philadelphia friends and neighbors. Nearly a century later, my sister found his negatives and gave them to me. I then combined the people from his pictures with my own cellphone images to make this series of photopolymer gravures.
In NOW IS ALWAYS, I want to create a sense of collapsed-yet-expanded time. I want to look at the past, and I want the past to look right back. And by combining images taken almost a century apart, I also want to explore technology, memory, and image-making history.