I created these images by taking long exposures with a Polaroid film camera, documenting the paths of the stars and planes over my home in Indiana, paired with specks and curls of dust, and haptic flaws from the analog process. Each exposure is around two hours; a meditative creation process that affords discovery informed in equal parts by our relationship with the natural world, our hasty traversal, and the light pollution that blankets the night sky.

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