Reformation by Jeff S. Willis
Making images is an experiential act. I travel around, look at things, and select objects and places that trigger an impulse. I construct the already ridiculous imagery in to something miraculous, humorous, astonishing, or even terrifying. The goal being to record not only the visual representation, but also what I see and the fantasy caused by that place. I am, for lack of a better word, agnostic about the choise of content in my work, however, I do acknowledge that my entire cultural background drives my every decision. The images that result from this process of observing then responding is to be considered a document of my space and psychology. The objects and spaces speak to me, I respond, and try to best represent my subjective experience; visually, temporally and mentally.
Jeff S. Willis lives and works in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
To view more of Jeff's work, please visit his website.