Category Archives: High Tension

Tewksbury, Mass., 2006

Several years ago I was working on my High Tension and Commonwealth projects. This is one of the fun discoveries I had in Tewksbury.

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Photo Envy

Mitch Epstein, Amos Coal Power Plant, 2004 I rarely wish that I had created a particular photograph, but I do envy Mitch Epstein for this picture, which is part of the ICP’s upcoming 2006 Triennial.

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Artist’s Statement — “High Tension”

In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts more than six million residents occupy only 7838 square miles of land. Humans suffuse the landscape, creating a mosaic of housing, farmland, and natural space. I travel to see and photograph what our built environment … Continue reading

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High Tension

Images from the High Tension series. Littleton, Mass. Holliston, Mass. Holliston, Mass. Tewksbury, Mass. Erving, Mass.

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Subprojects

I knew that the Commonwealth project was going to be big, but I only started to get an inkling in January, 2005, when Leslie and I were walking along the levee outside Nicolaus, California. “Everyone is going to want to … Continue reading

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