The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Vitrine: June 17, 2013
12 × 24 inches (62 × 31 cm)

Working with a portable, trunk-sized camera obscura, I can easily move within the constraints of a museum to produce intimate, small-scale photographs, and just like my large works, every piece is unique. In the fall of 2012, I was invited to photograph the Greek and Roman galleries of New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art using my portable cameras. I made images of their vast collection of antique sculptures and relics, concentrating on the fragmentation of the human body.