Brooke Berger:  The Reconstruction series is born of common construction materials such as glass, foam insulation, drywall or paint. The materials, collected at abandoned construction sites, are deconstructed, re-arranged, artificially lit and photographed, giving them a new, disjointed and complex narrative. Placed precariously at the intersections of sculpture and photography, the images represent breakdowns in structural properties, destruction and re-birth, and an uneasy sense of hope and desire. 

Anna Yeroshenko: Architecture is first created on paper, to be then embodied into solid material. By photographing the vernacular landscape of Boston’s periphery, I bring its mundane architecture back to paper. My photographs can prolong its life, or they can give it a new life. By making new structures out of my photographs I, perhaps, fulfill what I gave up doing as an architect. Just as Paper Architects created their utopian projects, that were never meant to be built, I build an imagined reality with an intention to bring back to the viewer the joy of looking at the things we are surrounded by and take for granted, things that are the stage sets of our lives.