Jason Farman frames waiting as an essential building block of the speculative imagination, a period that allows for the cultivation of the ideas.
“…the vital relationship between waiting and knowledge. The unknown creates speculation as we try to fill in the gaps of knowledge with everything from educated guesses to fear-inspired myths about what lies beyond the edge of our understanding.
This mode of speculation creates a new way of thinking. Our imaginations allow us to access that which does not yet exist and create scenarios that have not yet happened. Wait times are key to this mode of creative thinking because they afford us the opportunity to imagine and speculate about worlds beyond our own immediate places and speculate about the possible.”
Katrina Yu is a surreal photographer and retoucher.
I love to tell stories.
A successful image tells a story. I always ask myself: what it is that I want to tell with this image and how can I be as clear as possible. Where every element of the image should be supporting the story.
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.