From Sean Carroll's "How to Take a Walk in the Era of Social Distancing" series.
Includes 11" x 14" Archival inkjet print and zine
Sean Carroll is an artist using photography and video raised in coastal Massachusetts, now living in Upper Lawrenceville, Pittsburgh. He received an MFA in Photography from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, where he lived for many years, and teaches within the College of Fine Arts at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. ‘A documentarian at heart I use cameras to collect and catalog, to make pictures that document particular places and experiences. I focus on ongoing, thematic projects that archive everyday surroundings in a variety of settings over time. Paying attention to the changes and subtle, often humorous inaccuracies I find in the world I use the camera to organize them into visceral moments.'