Ryan Nosworthy is progressively concerned with image as object touching upon archival urges stemming from a continuous overload of imagery and product.
His primary concern is with truth in the image, searching for a concrete experience that is carried through photography, investigating mutual sensory activities that allow for a truer and more existent representation of the objects depicted.
Interesting now, is the role of the photographer and their employment in documenting the world that surrounds them. What was once a laborious individual pursuit, where the photographer would take considerable time to photographically process signs in a darkened room, slowly turns into a digital playground. Culminating in an infinite and immediate representation of the world with unlimited conceivable possibilities, but permanently anchored in the past.