A lovely series of portraits, still lifes and landscapes by photographer Aaron Canipe. Taken in over 20 counties in North Carolina, the series is both a documentation of the changing piedmont region as well as the creation of a fictional space where nothing ever does.
As North Carolina novelist Thomas Wolfe states in his 1937 novella, The Lost Boy: “all things came and passed, and yet abode forever and would never change.” For Canipe, “Plateau” is about locating lost innocence and finding global meaning in local places.
See more images from the project below.
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