Reaction consists of expired polaroid film that has been exposed to light, dissected, scanned at high resolution, to form sculptural photographs. Although chemical reactions are predictable and precise, the resulting microcosms of reactions here are precarious due to the Polaroid’s expiration. The constant magnification and examination of the film becomes a dichotomy to the polaroid’s original instantaneous way of image making.

The photograph’s rim mimics the content within the image as a way to free the works of internal and external tensions. Enlarging micro chemical reactions to embody their own shape plays with scale as an interchangeable aspect.