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alison erazmus {INTERVIEW}


February 2022

Alison had originally inquired about a month long summer residency, but splitting up her time into two two-week segments proved to be likely more beneficial. Especially with this large project being able to utilize the benefits of the natural environment in different seasons such as fall and winter contributed to the type of imagery Alison was able to capture. In addition, getting familiar with the land, landscape, and the creatures on site, Alison was able to plan for additional photoshoots to round out the missing pieces of her project. Check out the video conversation Part 3 and look back at Parts 1 & 2 for more detail of the research and methodology of dreams integral to this work - not only in the subject, composition, and mood, but in the organization of the visual narrative.

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