Alyssa Rusco : capstone
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When documentation of place and human experience combine, there comes a hybrid observation of the place itself and how it has been consciously altered and used. In some cases, the traces of human interaction are what make the place either more interesting and contemplative, or unsuitable in the eyes of commercial perfection. One’s roots do not only grow in places they live, but places they go. After a decade’s worth of travelling to Sanibel Island, since I was 11-years-old, I have become akin to the place itself. In this series, I delved into capturing the true likeness of the sites I already ...