human beings a 4x6in photo ar gallery
when I was younger I would wait for people to leave a scene to take a photograph. I would wait for everyone to be gone to take that perfect shot. as I grew in my work, I realized that I was drawn to people. singers, creatives, artists, and causal, random shots. I hated the posed, planned photograph. as my style grew I settled in on natural light, candid, documentary, street, journalist work. as my career continued I focused on events, dance, and weddings, they all included people. my work started to tell the stores of others, they were photographs of humans. this project is human beings. this is work that is exclusively of people. the work, jobs, lives of human beings
this started as a monthly instagram personal project where I wanted to post pictures of only people for the month of august. each caption was the title of the photography, and the definition of the word. I wanted the image to represent the title of a person, vocation, or activity that a human being does. when I completed the month I had the idea to include a physical element. I wanted a silent gallery with no titles, words, or descriptions. I wanted the viewer to experience the human in the environment that they were capture in. then if the viewer wanted to explore further they could look at the photo with an ar app and see the title of the image and a date and location where the photograph was taken. I've enjoyed the use of technology and art, and with such a small image you have to really look at it, with an ar version you can still experience the event of being in the gallery, but can focus on the image in more of a personal space with your phone.
please scan the QR code below to download the HR Reveal app for iOS. this will allow you to enjoy an ar version of my work with the title and location of the photographs. I want to thank HP Reveal for making an easy to use ar app for bring your ideas to life.
use app to discover ar photograph with title and location data. tap on photo to make full screen, double tap to remove full screen. scan room for more ar information