From the series CONES
Photography is the ideal medium to communicate the details of daily life and to archive everyday objects. This project is an aesthetic arrangement of a banal, everyday object, the TRAFFIC CONE. I’m exploring how the camera can frame, and thus order, reality to evoke comparison on a formal level, with an aesthetic dimension.
Displayed as sequence directs an immediate comparison among the motifs. It serves to invite the viewer to compare the forms and designs of the cones as well as formal aspects of the environment.
This series is an ongoing project, continuing worldwide since traffic cones are used universally.