Deep Time
Archival inkjet pigment prints. 

How can photography be used to show timescales ranging far beyond the lifespan of a human? Rock is considered to be stable and static rather than moving and eroding over time. Several manipulative image techniques are used to explore the possibility for representations of time and dynamic change in an otherwise static scene. By overlaying photographs very slightly askew over each other a sense of almost imperceptible movement is created through the distortion and blurring of the subject. The photographs were taken in a area with naturally colorful geological formations in Colorado that has been used by humans for at least 9,000 years. 


Nicole Miller
Växjö, Sweden
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