State Of Flux - Covid-19 Consciousness
Wherever I was during the pandemic I could feel people's uncertainty and apprehension about what was happening and what might yet happen. The anxiety was palpable and it was almost as if I could perceive in the atmosphere. Looking at New York City's familiar skyline in the spring, it was as if these collective feelings of uncertainty were emanating from the city itself. It was like the certainties about life we had faith in, our architecture of beliefs, could come undone. Later in the year, though better informed about what the pandemic actually was, this atmospheric condition persisted. The familiar landscapes and activities of summer and fall in Massachusetts were also filtered through it. I expect this condition will continue for a while. These photographers are visual interpretations of my experience.