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from the series Reconstructions 3
This image was made in the ravine that surrounds the house I grew up in, a house that my mother still lives in. At the time of creating the image I was on a visit to Toronto from Montreal where I was in the process of completing my MFA. A lot of my work up to this point had been circling around ideas of childhood and narrative, but having the opportunity to work in and around my childhood home really influenced and pushed this work towards issues of nostalgia and familial relations. Here I was traipsing through the same ravine that had been my childhood stomping ground, trying to make images that spoke to larger issues, and all I kept thinking about was that these were the same trees, the same dips and stumps, the same winding paths that I had spent so much of my own childhood amongst. In the end, the process of making this image became a very strange and wonderful experience where time and space collapsed and expanded over and over again for me, as I attempted to turn a place with such meaningful memories into a canvas on which to make work.