About the Book
I grew up among straight lines. Slate sidewalks, fences, clapboards, brick walls. So I find a familiarity with straight lines that both enclose and repel. There’s a tension that’s created where these two roles meet which becomes a physical map of that space. It’s like the “infra-thin”. I’m just called by that tension, it's that tension which creates images. These are those ordinary places we all inhabit and pass through, the downtown sidewalk, the supermarket parking lot, some gas station on the road or the world out in the sprawl. From the small town to the big city, none of these images are of anywhere exotic, just empty for a moment, between visits.