About



What does it mean to be at home in motion? Amidst a less rooted and increasingly secular society, my work debates the resulting distinction between space and place—as well as the sites and rituals that continue to provide meaning in the search for belonging. 

Integrating the use of lens-based media, site-specific investigations and related materials, my process is centered around the themes of movement and distillation. Chance, repetition, and the grid are all players in a process defined as both scrappy and reverent. 

erin@erinsweeny.com


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