Prints/Murals > Re-membering Ueno

digital print on polycarbonate
24" x 55"

Back in my studio, I rushed to open my box of Photographs, expecting to confronted by familiar images. But instead of photo-documents of Ueno's landmarks, I found soft focus images of light reflected from polished leaves, the edge of a roof, fragments of a sign, the corner of an abandoned playground. These were images of tactility and transience. I was reminded of Vladimir Nabokow's statement that "The supreme achievement of the masterly use makes of innate harmonies when gathering to its fold the suspended and wandering tonalities of the past".