Michon’s artistic practice involves multi-layered processes and explores volcanic and tectonic activity, and how the planet functions and evolves. Subtle changes occur over time and often not immediately visible. Rather, they come to be recognized incrementally. Simultaneously, some shifts can be dramatic, sudden, even violent.
Thinking about photography as the core of her artmaking practice, her understanding of the medium is one that is capable of operating in parallel to the planet’s ability to transform itself. The cataclysmic forces of nature, which include cycles of destruction and creation, are similarly present in her own work, but are active at a more intimate scale.
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