In the midst of chaos we hunt for dreams. It blends together. Their memories became my memories. Once-present. A personal story of search and encounters, of escape and returning.
Paige Greco is interested in dualities, the exquisite color of a poisonous plant, the dense weight of a dull sword. But more specifically, of paradoxes within vulnerability.
She believes that people instinctively conceal their vulnerability. However, art, especially photography, aims to present that vulnerability in defiance of an inability to do so ourselves. To her, this dual nature creates a link between the medium and the body. This is also witnessed with how the body is confined to its skin, and the medium is to its surface.
How can we photograph what is unseen?
What is felt on the inside?
And what does it look like –
How to peel the fruit, to bite the swans.
She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography from the School of Visual Arts. Since graduating she has exhibited both nationally and internationally. Currently, she lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.