By Franklin Savulich
Fall 2020 Issue
The Meadowlands is a region of ambiguity, and uncertainty. Being there means dealing with the confusion induced by a chaotically disordered landscape mixed with an experience of intense silence. It means traveling out there to look inward, to long for life, to address what it means to be discarded, forgotten, and to fully experience these intense feelings, channeling them through the project. It feels almost like an anti-document as the work relates to the physical landscape, but it serves to document an emotional one. This is an extension of my Bard 2019 senior project; all of the images were made post graduation.
Franklin Savulich is a resident of Northern New Jersey and a graduate of the Bard College Photo Program in 2019.