Photo / Text

These works were tongue-in-cheek commentaries on the polarity of conceptually based work versus art motivated by more purely visual concerns. They allowed reconsideration of the sanctity of the photograph and of photographic imagery in a broader context. Later works from this era dovetailed with my developing interest in art publishing and a stint as a contributing editor and production assistant of Contemporary Art/Southeast and later co-editor and Art Director of Atlanta Art Workers Coalition Newspaper, which evolved into Art Papers.