From Left to Right is comprised of of ten 8 x 10 inch gelatin silver photographs. Starting with the left pinky and ending with the right pinky, the imagery represents one side of my fingers and thumbs detached from the palm of the hand. The result is each appendage becoming an individual whole that is also incomplete.
From Left to Right points to the paradox of meaning by supplying too much information and showing how there is never enough. Existing in the nebulous space where labeling occurs, the piece offers itself up for judgment without indicating what is to be evaluated. Close scrutiny is possible but what is revealed is only what is always there. From Left to Right edges towards a state of verbal and visual delirium, alluding to the ineptitude of language to achieve complete communication. The title stands for both the order of the fingers and the direction in which our society reads.