As a child I tried to find out how to become invisible. Watching a fly and being unable to catch it, I tried to convince myself that if I could only move fast enough, I would be invisible.
Invisible to the perception of a certain subject, of course—while objects would remain stable. Wouldn’t they? This dichotomy between subject and object drives much of my writing, or rather, the questioning of such assumed division. The following are a series of fotographic experiments I made for a studio project—making subjects and objects disappear.