No Way Home, 1
The hand drawn image is my memory of Seoul, Korea and the digital images are my current reality. This book epitomizes conflicts between the past and present, memory and reality, and missing and adhering to something never to be regained. At the same time, the two different images existing in the same book reveal the fact that there are no strange places and no ultimate home forever because strange places eventually become home as time goes by.
2005, closed size:11 x 6 x 3", one of a kind, computer manipulated photographs printed on Epson Enhanced Matte Paper and Offset printed hand drawings on BFK Rives on a Davidson press, The University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA