I started taking photographs as a teenager, nearly twenty-five years ago. Since then my work has been an ongoing meditation around desire, loss, and the role of photography as a vehicle for remembrance. My pictures often function as metaphors for the way the mind works: simultaneously collecting images while letting others go, fading in the way memories fade, and alluding to the fact that, historically, photographs have faded as well.
— Bill Jacobson

November 1998
10 x 12 inches
52 Tritone Plates
112 Pages

First Edition

ISBN: 978-0-944092-48-4
Availability: Out of Stock