Archeology of Secrets by Elizabeth T. Greenberg
With my camera, I explore as an archeologist of memories and myths. I look for evidence of secrets, to tell stories of magic, mystery, love, loss, and memories of things never seen.
I make opportunities for the unexpected by using antique and plastic lenses, to create evocative, soft-focus images. Working in black and white, I transform the present into reflections of the past.
My photographs suggest fictitious memories of moments and places as imagined, as if I am the first to discover them. The images are of what is not there, but for me.
Elizabeth T. Greenberg lives and works in Thomaston, ME.
To view more of Elizabeth’s work, please visit her website.