My photographs are replete with absurdity and negation. Obscured faces and blocked horizons abound. Instead of functioning solely as photographic documents, my pictures are ambiguous shards of lived experience – observed and constructed – that point out life’s contradictions. Like Sisyphus embracing the absurdity of his endless task, I make images to engage with the pain, irony, frustration and joy of life.
— CONOR E. FITZGERALD
“I want my pictures to be at once funny and unsettling. I felt slightly embarrassed after making "Basement Stairs" – a sure sign that I was on the right track.”
- Edition of 5
- 1 available for sale
- Basement Stairs belongs to a recent series of self- portraits. I want these to be at once funny and unsettling.
Archival pigment print. 30" x 24"
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