From my Linear Planes series, this is an image of the Textron Tower in my hometown of Providence, Rhode Island (formerly the Old Stone Tower). Built in 1972 by the same architects as New York's Empire State Building, I was drawn to its stylistic lines and rectangular-honeycomb pattern. I photographed the building from its corner to exaggerate the angular perspective from my point of view. I duplicated the building to give the spectator a sense of suspended balance and also to represent the idea of having more than one outcome at any given space and time. On a more personal level, the pattern of windows and lines remind me of the many places I’ve seen and paths I’ve taken and how they all led me to the current point in my journey.
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