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A series of new experimental camera-less works, Directional Listening: Fluvial Field Notes are river exposures attempting to picture the inside of water. Farm run-off and saltwater combine with sediment and bacteria. Other negatives were placed in lightproof containers strung across the water, allowing a continual flow of surface river-water over the filmic surface.
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