Paredolia At Four Friends Gallery

June 2016

Paredolia is a term in modern psychology referring to the human tendency to "see" or "recognize" faces in inanimate objects. While staring at the formations in Capitol Reef National Park, I couldn't help but see, frame and photograph the faces my brain was inclined to see.


• • • We all have conceptual borders around the notion of 'home' - what it means to 'be at home' or to 'feel at home' in...

Face two

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We all have conceptual borders around the notion of 'home' - what it means to 'be at home' or to 'feel at home' in a place. Some are very explicit and some are more subconscious, and we operate based on these pre-defined concepts every day of lives. "Home" is an open ended project that considers and questions the conceptual borders we have around the idea of 'home,' how we define it and hopefully drawing attention to our inherent ability to actively re-define it.


Photo © copyright by Kiel Rucker.


• • • We all have conceptual borders around the notion of 'home' - what it means to 'be at home' or to 'feel at home' in...

Face 1

• • •

We all have conceptual borders around the notion of 'home' - what it means to 'be at home' or to 'feel at home' in a place. Some are very explicit and some are more subconscious, and we operate based on these pre-defined concepts every day of lives. "Home" is an open ended project that considers and questions the conceptual borders we have around the idea of 'home,' how we define it and hopefully drawing attention to our inherent ability to actively re-define it.


Photo © copyright by Kiel Rucker.


• • • We all have conceptual borders around the notion of 'home' - what it means to 'be at home' or to 'feel at home' in...

Face three

• • •

We all have conceptual borders around the notion of 'home' - what it means to 'be at home' or to 'feel at home' in a place. Some are very explicit and some are more subconscious, and we operate based on these pre-defined concepts every day of lives. "Home" is an open ended project that considers and questions the conceptual borders we have around the idea of 'home,' how we define it and hopefully drawing attention to our inherent ability to actively re-define it.


Photo © copyright by Kiel Rucker.