Photographer Rebecca Webb explores themes of transformation and metamorphosis in the desert landscapes of Southern California. Inspired by the Japanese philosophy of Hado, which describes how all life is made up of subtle vibrations of energy, Webb uses swaths of fabric to capture the ever-changing atmospheric conditions of the diverse and arid desert environment. The moments that are captured in the still photographs are only one part of the piece. The performative act of the artist throwing the fabric into the wind and briefly altering the landscape is an essential component of the final image.
Terminal 2 East, Post-Security, Transitional Corridor