Anon., 2005

C-Prints, acrylic paint
Holga
5x5" in size, flush mounted to board

I followed tourists in touristy areas (specifically coastal Maine and Savannah, Georgia) and made photographs of them from the perspective of a child's height. I used the Holga camera and "shot from the hip" without looking through the viewfinder. The photographs remind me of glimpses of my memories of traveling with my parents during my childhood. To obscure the people or situations even more, I painted over them with acrylic paint. This layer represents the cloudy way our memories work.