Massachusetts-based photographer and educator Nick Meyer reflects on the current state of things in a world under quarantine with his series, “Good Bones”. A sort of time capsule for a time that really can’t be encapsulated, the series is not meant to be a document, Meyer explains, but rather a thought in the abstract: “Seeking out equivalent feelings to the ever shifting news cycle. I’m trying to make sense of this period of time that refuses to be tethered to any rational or familiar way of understanding.”
“In making ‘Good Bones’, I wanted to show the failing of this country or world or myself… I was trying to make sense of where we are… trying to create a world for my children… But through my distractibility, I return to the unshakable bedrock of anxiety, anger, uncertainty and humility.
But if we strip the rot down to the studs there may be something to build on.”
See more from “Good Bones” below!