LABYRINTH is a collection of images created over a 13-day period in the Philippines where I traveled through different slums and areas accompanied by a gang of little people who showed me around the different areas they grew up in. In all, over 40 rolls of film were shot, which were developed in my studio over the course of two days whereupon the images were edited and sequenced together in time for exhibition in FOCUS:Photography at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA. The title, LABYRINTH, is both a comment on the project's structure where images repeat and undulate in unannounced patterns, as well as being a comment on the book's design. Using rubber bands bought on location to hold my film together, I repurposed the bands to bind each book, allowing readers to create their own maze of imagery and personal labyrinth to navigate themselves.
An artist book produced by SSK Press to accompany the project debuted at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA in Los Angeles for the 2015 LA Art Book Fair. A photo from the book was featured as the cover image on the December 2015 issue of VICE Magazine where the issue highlighted the project in an artist book spotlight in their Full Bleed section.