The series is confined to the small apartment that I share with other adults. Our space is furnished with a mix of other people’s trash: a broken futon, stained lamps, and shelves left behind by college students; crystal candlesticks, dinnerware, and decorations discarded in upperclass neighborhoods. The results of domestic overcrowding are apparent in the grimy bathroom, piled-up clothing, and full trashcans.
At the same time, the images hint at the moments of subtle beauty that motivate many of us.
(The full series, at present, comprises 20 photos.)