Today I created a new version of my “Camouflage” installation at a petite, rusty waterfall named “Devil’s Kettle” in the Blue Hills. The movement of the water reminded me of Andy Goldsworthy’s green leaf chain, so I decided to place my paintings in the water and photograph them as they moved. The way that the moving water arranged the paintings was exciting, it took away my control of the composition and relationship between the shapes. In the end they were pushed to a line along the edge of the pool. Here’s a video with the lovely waterfall sounds.
I’m planning to photograph the paintings during the three seasons. (Not including road construction) In August I photographed them in a summer landscape, I will have to wait a couple of months for the winter edition.