In these images I focused on more subtle details of decay and abandonment. These concepts come in intense and raw forms, but sometimes when distilled down to basic, graphic and formal views, take on a calmer beauty. I feel that this depends very much on a more serene state of mind within the artist.
This collection of images seeks a broader view of disposed human objects as they come to rest in locations of decay. Surrounding these objects is the landscape they live in with particular details of industry, or in some cases, of activity past. These landscapes possess a harsh character of consumption and waste, and it is this process of obsolescence within personal objects, that connects the trash to its environment. At some point the raw materials necessary to produce these objects could have very well traveled on the same train line, right past these locations that they have come to rest in, having lived an entire human life in between.