"Recently, I began to wonder what it would be like to marry images of landscapes with the surface of the ground nearby. I have worked with my assistant, C.J. Heyliger, on designing a light proof tent that, via periscope type optics, makes it possible to project a view of the nearby landscape onto whatever ground is under the tent. Inside this darkened space I use a view camera to record the effect, which I think is a rather wonderful sandwich of two outdoor realities coming together. This Tent-Camera now liberates me to use camera obscura techniques in a world of new places."
All photographs courtesy Abelardo Morell/Bonni Benrubi Gallery
Tent-Camera Image On Ground: Rooftop View Of The Brooklyn Bridge, 2010
Tent-Camera Image on Ground: View of Landscape Outside Florence, 2010
Tent-Camera Image On Ground: The Florence Baptistery, 2010
Tent-Camera Image on Ground: View of Jordan Pond and the Bubble Mountains. Acadia National Park, Maine, 2010
Courtesy C.J. Heyliger
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