This ultra contemporary approach in contrast to the physical prints that were burned as a process of creating the book becomes a comment on the history of photography and the current state of the medium as something that is almost solely digital. It examines the absurdity of the everyday and questions the current places that the photographic image holds today. Now lost and disregarded something new has been created from the ashes of the photographs. The life of these images, these memories have come ‘Full Circle’ thus, encapsulating the process of this destruction, the mourning of the images and then the creation of the new.
a dash of the diabolical.