In 2371, following the news that his brotherRobert and nephew René had died in a fire at the Picard home in La Barre, Picard looked through the album in his quarters aboard theUSS Enterprise-D with Deanna Troi. The album was later placed in his ready room, where it was recovered after the crash landing of the Enterprise’s saucer section on Veridian III. Picard kept the album with him following his assignment to the USS Enterprise-E.
Dear Photograph – collected visions in the blogging age. so simple and what interests me is how it focuses on the photograph as an object. Many nods to Ken Josephson.
It’s a Saturday night and I am in my studio. With my new printer, I have been getting inspired to print from all the various little projects I have going. Since I started clipping/saving images from the newspaper, I have been moved by images of people holding photos of their loved ones. It is usually someone who has disappeared – missing or dead. The Madres de Plaza de Mayo helped make it a understood political act to hold the image of your missing child as public protest. Tonight I made a grid of images I have in my computer – scanned from newspapers, magazines and grabbed from the web. When see together, the gesture of the hands holding the images speak about the loss, love, anger, and the absence. I notice more.