Richard T. Walker

It is interesting how this piece plays with apparent size and relative size. Being in huge mountains is dwarfing. I assume the irregular-circle images imposed  over the mountains are photographs. on each ones stand, and at Walker’s feet there are objects. I ddn’t really register them at first because they looked like some sort of equipment involved in the photography or piece. They look like tape recorders, or radios. They were obviously placed there for aesthetic reasons. The extra piece of man-made equipment is kind of odd. Looking at the imposed mountain tops, I was convinced that they were the same mountains. They match the features perfectly- but then I saw this picture:

Related imageAgain the perspective here is totally thrown off. I saw the rock as a smallish rock, but it could actually be a boulder.

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