These photos are printed directly onto aluminum that has been coated with a solution to allow pigment inks to adhere to the surface. After applying a UV varnish to protect the images, I cut the photos into sections and mount them onto stainless steel. Spacers are used to lift the image off of the backing so the pieces all seem to float together and still form a whole.
My intent is to illustrate how we often isolate a particular aspect of a scene without appreciating the context in which we find it. Dividing the photo into frames also gives the impression of viewing a scene through a window, further modifying the relationship between viewer and subject.