Jeff Becker Moonlight Images work is created in the camera, over time, of things that you can’t see. His Slurry Series image making process is disruptive, given the paradigm inversion. He turns still photography into movement as the printed image evolves over a period of months, with the results being painterly, through his use of an inkjet printer as a paintbrush.
His installation The CapaCity Project is a no-tech socio-enviro-political work visualizing the amount of ‘trash’ that I create, and the volume of 15 years of accumulated material makes this work immersive. The goal is to show how truly monumental the issue is, especially when you multiply it by the population of 7 billion consumers, and then add in business, government, and industry’s waste.