An act of travelling from one place to another.


All camera lenses produce a circular image area. In most cases, though, the circular image is much larger than the rectangular space at the back of the camera body where the film is held, so that the full circle is never shown on the film.

Photographs made with the lens placed close to the film recorded camera’s “gaze”, showing what it looked at, not what the human being saw.

Using descriptions of what has been photographed and what camera saw, representing reality is less relevant than making it malleable. The play of presence and absence created by the juxtaposition of the title with the image allow the viewer to experience the photographs through their memories and experiences.