A series of photographic studies inside a photo booth, reveal its secondary orchestration, outside of the established lens. ‘Photo Booth Photo Booth’ deployed a series of Flex-Plane Pinhole Camera’s that operated with a series of manipulable film backs that could be reconfigured in post production. Through this generative process a series of new realities of the Photo Booth were revealed - through the polaroids development process they were exposed to the sterile light of the photo booth, removing large swathes of information, but also allowing for speculation into the whited out spaces - held structurally together by the darker forms.
It is then in these polaroid photographs that the real reality of the photo booth, a subtle part of our reality, is revealed as a place of tangible depth, waiting to be revealed. Leading to further speculation about how we might tease out these places.