'In late may 2010, I was photographing in an airplane bone-yard and at the Pima Air Museum in Arizona. I had set out with the intention of looking to the form and content of my images to describe an uneasy view I have of history, monuments and the significant human cost they represent. I was also grappling with some notions I have about early 20th century politics and oil-soaked abstract paintings by Helen Frankenthaler. I was looking at the skin of airplanes disintegrating in the desert as synonymous - in an historical, decidedly photographic, and ultra realistic fashion.'
Includes an introductory text by Andrew Freeman and an essay by David Weldzius.
Edition of 229.
Softcover, saddle-stitched, 8″ x 10.5″, 52 pages, single-color Risograph, 67lb. cover stock & 70lb. text paper, 2014.