In Search of Lost Time
Virgnia Woolf Was Here : Short Stories
Virgnia Woolf Was Here : Between the Acts
Virgnia Woolf Was Here : Mapping Mrs. Dalloway
Virgnia Woolf Was Here : Flush
Virgnia Woolf Was Here : Altered Books
A Very Easy Death
End of Road
When Ready to Use Again Soak in Buttermmilk
Phantom Pains
Call Home Mothers Dead
Adriane Little



This is the problem of the truth or reality of this world: we have resolved it by technical simulations, and by creating a profusion of images in which there is nothing to see.

Jean Baudrillard, The Perfect Crime

The photographs in the series End of Road were created with a plastic holga camera and several dozen rolls of expired film. This was a gesture filled with purpose and partly inspired by Baudrillard’s The Perfect Crime. The content in the images with End of Road become visible within the imperfections of each image. These photographs often have portions of the image obliterated that were left as a marker for rupture and potentially places new beginnings or as Heidegger tells us that a boundary is not that at which something stops but the boundary is that from which something begins its presencing.

24" x 24" • lightjet prints













Adriane Little