To date, Hewitt's photographs of seemingly casual, apparently random abstract arrangements of items such as books, documents, bricks, wooden boards and other photos suggest the elements of a small, sparse library disassembled by an unseen hand or force. They're meant as a visual unpacking of the relationship between memory and representation, the way one orders the other in a kind of dialectic of unreliability. They're elegant puzzles that disrupt our expectations of what a photograph should be.
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