For some time now, I've been making a steady stream of narrative images from my daily life, editing them into coherent groupings and using them as a visual diary. While from time to time I land on a singular concept, in 2004, I put my mother in all kinds of compromising positions in the landscape, I enjoy making imagery as a sort of timeline. Whereas I would always tear out pages of my diary in frustrated embarrassment when I was young, saving visual memories is pleasant and grounding. I'm also able to see the influence of artists I love: here, I was obsessed with Elger Esser and shot endless horizons; there, I was entranced by Hannah Whitaker's White Rabbit and captured a rainbow on my wall. Lately, I've been making quiet still-lifes in the houses and spaces where I grew up. Globe is one of these images. The globe was an item I begged for as a child. I often had whimsical notions of items I'd like to own, one year I was absolutely nuts for an electric toothbrush. The globe is extra special because it's also a lamp. Now it sits in the room I stay in when I visit my parents' house and is always plugged in and glowing when I arrive, right next to my field hockey trophy from high school. I've been thinking about making this image for years and I'm pleased to have it now.
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