Tokyo: Super Labo, 2018.
I was 34 in 1981 when Jeffrey Hoone, the director of Light Work, invited me to Syracuse for a month-long artist residency. The Light Work residency enables a photographer to shoot, develop, and print film, and, since I have never been very good at either developing or printing, I focused exclusively on photographing. It was an exciting and important moment in my career as I was offered the chance of working with no interruption in a place that was new to me. Item #18242
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