Kate Jenkins
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Kate Jenkins uses the medium of photography to represent of how people’s energy remains in a space. She intends to look into the myth that an un-seeable essence is left behind when we leave a space. We all have the desire to see the unknown, to experience the supernatural in a banal world. Kate wants to take this myth and make it physical. She believes a persons aura resinates, touches anything and can even stay when we are no longer here in physical form. She wants to question through imagery whether a persons aura is a inter actable thing or an isolated presence.
katejenkins18@aol.com

Kate Jenkins

Untitled

Kate Jenkins uses the medium of photography to represent of how people’s energy remains in a space. She intends to look into the myth that an un-seeable essence is left behind when we leave a space. We all have the desire to see the unknown, to experience the supernatural in a banal world. Kate wants to take this myth and make it physical. She believes a persons aura resinates, touches anything and can even stay when we are no longer here in physical form. She wants to question through imagery whether a persons aura is a inter actable thing or an isolated presence.

katejenkins18@aol.com

Kate Jenkins
Untitled

Kate Jenkins uses the medium of photography to represent of how people’s energy remains in a space. She intends to look into the myth that an un-seeable essence is left behind when we leave a space. We all have the desire to see the unknown, to experience the supernatural in a banal world. Kate wants to take this myth and make it physical. She believes a persons aura resinates, touches anything and can even stay when we are no longer here in physical form. She wants to question through imagery whether a persons aura is a inter actable thing or an isolated presence.
katejenkins18@aol.com

Kate Jenkins

Untitled

Kate Jenkins uses the medium of photography to represent of how people’s energy remains in a space. She intends to look into the myth that an un-seeable essence is left behind when we leave a space. We all have the desire to see the unknown, to experience the supernatural in a banal world. Kate wants to take this myth and make it physical. She believes a persons aura resinates, touches anything and can even stay when we are no longer here in physical form. She wants to question through imagery whether a persons aura is a inter actable thing or an isolated presence.

katejenkins18@aol.com

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