Vanished: New Photos by T. Greenwood
Nov. 19- Jan. 8
Through photographing her daughters over a period of five years, T. Greenwood has documented the transformations and changes her girls have undergone on their journeys from early childhood to pre-adolescence. Influenced by the work of Sally Mann, Greenwood uses black and white photography to capture the essence of innocence and defy the transience of childhood.
Although these photos aren’t staged there is an uncanny similarity between captured moments several years apart. The discovery of these similarities by Greenwood prompted the presentation of these photographs.
“This collection of photographs might be considered evidence of the inevitability of change, of loss. But it might also be considered a study in permanence,” writes T. Greenwood of this exhibit.
T. Greenwood is a self-taught photographer whose interest in the medium was sparked in college. In recent years it was reignited by the accessibility of digital photography. Her work has been exhibited at The Bernstein Gallery in Washington, D.C., featured in the short film, Camera Obscura, and published in Shots Magazine. She is also the author of six novels. She teaches creative writing for UCSD’s Extension Program, The Writer’s Center in Bethesda, MD and San Diego Writer’s, Ink. Her photos may be seen at www.ephemerafiles.blogspot.com.