An ode to the pink roses I collected over the past week; My prints were produced using matte baryta paper and expired chemistry with uneven fixing; the intention for silvering over time. The idea is that the prints are alive and they change over time depending on the temperature, humidity, sun exposure, and other environmental factors. Metaphorically, this plays on the idea that we are affected by everything around us - whether environmental, interpersonal,... Physically, the prints are photograms of my pink roses, immersed in liquid chemical baths for development and fixing. You can't see the color, but you can see the tonal range and the texture. The bubbles symbolize the rose drowning - which is a parallel drawn between the process and the content. This play brings the work together with my obsession of duality and layering.