Contrary to taking a single photograph at a given moment in time, I recorded several over the course of a few minutes on a single sheet of film, reframing the concept of “the moment”. Through experimenting with addition and erasure of light and using layering and fragmentation, I created an impossible space made possible by the use of the camera. To achieve this, I designed unique stencils divided up into three to six different masks and placed individually over the 4x5 film holder when shooting. While photography is historically perceived for the recording of information “truthfully”, I deconstruct and overturn that truth by creating an altered or intervened space. Time is fickle and a large part of my process is considering its elastic properties.