Jason Robert Carroll: Depth of Place
Join us for November’s Tremont Artwalk, when we present work by photographer Jason Robert Carroll, on November 9, 2012 from 6-10PM. The exhibit will run through November by appointment and will be open to the public again on December 14th for a closing reception.
“The moment after something happens, the echo of the event is still there.
Staring at a wall or an object, our mind begins to break down the surface.
Looking into a space, we project what happened there.”
My intent in these images is to capture a frame of time, a before and an after; to attune the viewer to the unseen emotions echoed everywhere we go. The images are a recognition that even in the most mundane places, it is likely that something meaningful happened there, somewhere along the line.
Even without people, places have depth, and they have emotional resonance.
Jason R. Carroll, 2012
Jason Robert Carroll is a photographer who has been creating images for over 15 years. From time to time, he has also been observed making sculpture, practicing architecture, teaching college courses and dabbling in real estate finance. Jason has a graduate degree from Cornell University, and completed his undergraduate work at Kent State University. He lives in Shaker Heights, Ohio with his wife, Rose and their two children.
You can connect with him on Twitter using the handle @JasonRobertC, and on the internet at JCarroll.net.