Aaron Rothman’s photographs, video and installation artwork explore perceptual experience of space in both natural and built environments.
"For Idle Speculation, I have digitally layered together multiple views of a scrubby patch of weeds and wildflowers growing in a half-built office park, controlling how each layer interacts with the others. The different image layers variously amplify specific aspects of each other, or cancel each other out. Details emerge and recede; the lines blur between what is natural and artificial, what is seen and what is believed." - Aaron Rothman. See more;
Idle Speculation, 2011, archival inkjet prints, 40” x 50” each.
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