David Alan Sisk

Photography

 

Diptychs

 

As a photographer, I routinely find that after photographing a subject, it becomes an object to which I continue to pay attention as time passes. Each of these original photographs was taken for its own purpose at the time. I was drawn to it. In this simple series, I am visually documenting a change in an object that I've imbued with a particular meaning. The point of this from a process standpoint is self-reflective of the time in which each encounter occurred and the small transformation in the subject in my mind upon being rediscovered.

 

 

Bienvenidos (Western Avenue Chicago 6.10.2018 & 7.6.2008)

5 x 13" Archival Inkjet Print

2008

Mouth in Tree (Western Avenue Chicago 6.10.2018 & 7.6.2008)

8 x 10" Archival Inkjet Print

2008

Emily's Plant (Lincoln/Foster Chicago 5.26.2011 & 8.23.2011)

6 x 8" Archival Inkjet Print

2011

Wall in Transition (California/Granville Chicago 7.22.2011 & 11.9.2011)

5 x 13" Archival Inkjet Print

2011

Removing a Focal Point Over Time (Winnetka Illinois 3.10.2013 11:45 am, 3.10.2013 2:31 pm)

5 x 13" Archival Inkjet Print

2013

Becoming the Self-Realization Fellowship (Oak Park Illinois 3.14.2014, 10.24.2014)

5 x 13" Archival Inkjet Print

2014

Damen Avenue Laundromat(Chicago 6.13.2008, 3.25.2018)

5 x 13" Archival Inkjet Print

2018