This series of polaroid photographs represent the beginning stages of a body of work, created in a genre that I am naming 'liminal photography.' The word liminal can be defined as 'occupying a position at, or on both sides of, a boundary or threshold.' This ongoing series, created using a sequence of digital and analog processes, at once obscures and reveal the ‘hand-of-the-artist’ and addresses not only the reproduction and editioning of digital photographs but the individuality of the art object itself. Each image breaks the subject matter just enough to walk the tightrope of being a recognizable space or subject while still making the artifacting impossible to ignore. This in turn forces the viewer’s awareness of each image simultaneously as both a window and a flat plane, both analog and digital, and both honed technique and random chance.