“… the sheer geometry of these forms begs for a study of light, shadow and space. They are as if shaped, wooden blocks in an artist’s studio. They may not have been placed with artistic intent, but these silos now inhabit a still life composition. Not one, but many. Not once, but always.”
Riverside Silos is a portfolio of black and white photographs depicting a particular industrial landscape. In returning to the same subject over a six-year period, the photographer moves from asking “How is the same thing different?” to “How is it now?” These photographs are a testament to crafted, nuanced observation.