James Casebere's photography possesses the poignant touch of a good installation; a window into a strange parallel world. Think of his works has snapshots of the wider enclosure. A stage set for ephemeral phenomena. A flooded state of dawn. Dim, unblemished ruins.
A brief study from my journal.
What do these images make us think of? Strangely the images can be so spatially informative that they could almost be a part of some architectural design process. The processes you see today are increasingly analytical: diagrams, iterations, graphing, generation. When was the last time you saw a diagram of dots, lines and colour coding that made you gasp for breath and whisper simply, "this is beautiful!"