The author’s work and research are guided by the study of the relationship between our body and space, primarily the space of the natural landscape devoid of the built environment. Salton Sea Revisited explores two aesthetic discoveries associated with realtime lapse. First, the emergence of data not perceivable in a moment-by-moment-based experience of time; second, insignificant moments become significant events through the simultaneous experience of time, heightening one’s experience of the landscape and one’s existence in that particular moment in time and space.

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