Harrisonburg, Virginia, USA, and Dorking, Surrey, UK
Taken inside the Jewish Museum Berlin's Libeskind building with an iPhone. The iPhone camera lends itself to formal abstract compositions that record the permanence of things and yet are themselves ephemeral. I hope that the images capture the contrast between the permanence of the landscape and the brevity of human existence.
Sheena Rogers is Professor of Psychology and Chair of Visual Studies at James Madison University in the USA. She explores the perception and understanding of still and moving images through image-making, essay, and experimentation. She has a PhD from the Royal College of Art, London, and is a Fellow of the Society for Cognitive Studies of the Moving Image. She divides her time between the USA and the UK.