Ed Kashi ::on:: reimagining old work


This is a multimedia piece I put together for Ed Kashi’s book, THREE, in which images from his 30 years as a top documentary photographer are combined into triptychs that consciously abandon the idea of context or traditional narrative.

The sound is rough and some of the editing makes me cringe, but this is still one of my favorite pieces, in part because the book is so beautiful and Ed’s words are so eloquent. I especially like it because it reminds us all that no matter how long you’ve been working or how tired you are of looking at your own stuff, YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND A NEW WAY TO SEE.