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Paul Salveson’s photographs are taken in New York and Virginia between 2006 and 2011. Salveson constructs his images in domestic environments from objects at hand, and the results are absurd constructions in which ordinary objects are transformed into polychromatic puzzles.
Salveson describes his photographic process as “unfolding as a private performance in an empty house, or after everyone falls asleep … my engagement emerges from a perspective that precedes familiarity, neglecting the functions and cultural associations assigned to objects. I try to process my environment with an alien mind. “
Paul Salveson, Between the shell
2013, First edition