February 4, 1999 - February 27, 1999
Shadows represent an imaginary vision and the viewer is required to supply the information. In the manipulation of these fragments, the excitement and the mystery is created. On a symbolic level, the shadow represents the personal unconscious, which is why some of my images include both a figure and its shadow. The subject of the shadows is archetypes-universal symbols that are mysterious and charged with intense energy. These archetypes are not bound to a specific culture, time or space, and allow viewers to respond with deep emotional recognition. Shadows are an absence of presence.