Humans impact their environment in many ways. We build great cities, humble homes and when we leave, we leave it all behind.  What remains in these environments are the memories of the events that evolved there.  A sort of psychological anthropological evidence of whom once lived there.

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2005 (scanned medium format film)

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Habitat for Humanity on the Reservation” 2005. Eagle Butte, South Dakota. (scanned medium format film)

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“Cemetery Boy Scouts Project” 2013 Spring Lake Park, Minnesota. (scanned medium format film)

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“Tunnel” 2012. Lake Elmo (scanned medium format film)

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“Ski Building” 2012. Lake Elmo (scanned medium format film)

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“Hells Out Casts” 2012. Mississippi Bluffs. (scanned medium format film)

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“Old Hunting Cabin” 2012. Mississippi Bluffs. (scanned medium format film)

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“Old Lower Town Depot” 2013. Saint Paul, Minnesota. (scanned medium format film)

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“Church Piano” 2005. Ortonville, Minnesota. (scanned medium format film)

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“Bank Statements” 2005. Ortonville, Minnesota. (scanned medium format film)

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“Abandoned Church Room” 2005. Ortonville, Minnesota.

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“Abandon Church Window” 2005. Ortonville, Minnesota. (scanned medium format film)

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“Church Crosses” 2005. (scanned medium format film)

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“King Solomon” 2005. (scanned medium format film)

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“Chair” 2005 (scanned medium format film)

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“Church Piano” 2005 (scanned medium format film)

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“The Old Church” 2005. Ortonville, MN. (scanned medium format film)

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“Silo Bolt” 2012. (scanned medium format film)

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“Silo Doors” 2012. (scanned medium format film)

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“Ice Castle 2″ 2013 @ Mall of America. (scanned medium format film)

2 Responses to “Psychological Spaces”

  1. diane banks

    I was blown away by the feelings your photos invoked. These are amazing!

    Reply

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