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alternative: n. 1. a. The choice between two mutually exclusive possibilities. b. A situation presenting such a choice. c. Either of these possibilities. See Synonyms at choice. 2. Usage Problem One of a number of things from which one must be chosen. adj. 1. Allowing or necessitating a choice between two or more things.
al·ter·na·tive
ôlˈtərnədiv/
adjective
adjective: alternative
1.
(of one or more things) available as another possibility.
“the various alternative methods for resolving disputes”
(of two things) mutually exclusive.
“the facts fit two alternative scenarios”
relating to behavior that is considered unconventional and is often seen as a challenge to traditional norms.
“an alternative lifestyle”
noun
noun: alternative; plural noun: alternatives
1.
one of two or more available possibilities.
“audiocassettes are an interesting alternative to reading”
 
 
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I’m curious about perception (particularly of those people close to me) and how it is mutable over time with shifts in context and relationship.
 
The Alternatives are questions about questions I can’t easily answer. What is the magnetism and sometimes confusion of visual love and longing, and where does it come from in the mind? Who is this person that so strongly holds my attention and heart, and why?
 
What remains if our precious data is lost?
 

For more information about this work please consider reading:

Jon Feinstein’s profile on the Humble Arts Foundation Blog

this interview with Katherine October Matthews in GUP Magazine

this interview and feature on SMBHMag by Barry Hughes,

this feature on SLATE by David Rosenberg,

this interview and profile by Jennifer Schwartz on the Crusade for Art Blog,

or this feature on WIRED by Jakob Schiller.

Untitled, 2016.
Untitied, 2016. From the series: The Alternatives

Each image is size variable to 40 inches at maximum width. Editions of 9.