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 Greenville, North Carolina is home to the last government owned shortwave radio station in the United States. I am photographing a form of technology that is being silenced by progress.  The solitude and silence of a location transmitting thousands of dots, dashes, beeps, and sounds through the air a second is astonishing.   Archival Inkjet Photographs, 2015

Greenville, North Carolina is home to the last government owned shortwave radio station in the United States. I am photographing a form of technology that is being silenced by progress.  The solitude and silence of a location transmitting thousands of dots, dashes, beeps, and sounds through the air a second is astonishing. 

Archival Inkjet Photographs, 2015

Greenville, North Carolina is home to the last government owned shortwave radio station in the United States. I am photographing a form of technology that is being silenced by progress.  The solitude and silence of a location transmitting thousands of dots, dashes, beeps, and sounds through the air a second is astonishing. 

Archival Inkjet Photographs, 2015

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 Greenville, North Carolina is home to the last government owned shortwave radio station in the United States. I am photographing a form of technology that is being silenced by progress.  The solitude and silence of a location transmitting thousands of dots, dashes, beeps, and sounds through the air a second is astonishing.   Archival Inkjet Photographs, 2015