No Man’s Land is a compilation of photographs illustrating two related sections: A. hypogaea albus (peanut elves) and The Wilds. These anomalous images are conceptual constructions of various portraits, places, landscapes and vignettes found in the ordinary world that are seldom noticed in day-to-day milieux. The photographs portray moments in time that possess otherworldliness — a “no man’s land” where humankind is peripheral to the scene. An observer may feel a familiarity with the imagery by means of comparable recounted traditions of myths and tales committed to collective memory. The constructions are designed to capture moments in time in the same vein as “if a tree falls in a forest” — the assumed perception and perspective of the unobserved world where the viewer might feel privy to the scene.
Ultimately, the photographs are constructed to foster a myriad of contemporary narratives and invoke each viewer’s willingness to search, see and believe.