I see these photographs as collected fragments,
representing the (dis)connections between the natural and artificial
within our daily lives.
We find ourselves captured in the fringes.
As we witness gradual and sudden changes in our collective landscapes,
how do we orient ourselves moving forward?
How does our perspective of immediate surroundings
affect our sense of place, throughout time and individually –
and the ways photography has affected our gaze on the world?
Touching Ground exposes symbolic margins
where environment and the human touch blur.