Jessica Eaton is taking her work into a new area of avant-garde contemporary photography. Her works really drive home the point of redefining our definition of a photograph by asking the question "What is a photograph?" Light, contingency, relativity, time and spatial relations, factors related to the process of capturing light within a photograph, become a dominate subject of study within her work.
Here is what Jessica says about her work:
"My photographic practice is experimental. I draw inspiration for projects from many places, but more common than not there is a referent to photography itself within the works or the processes. I spend a good deal of time thinking about what photography is and let that dialogue lead me to ideas of what it could be. Light, contingency, relativity, time and spatial relations have come to the forefront as subjects in much of my work."