I continued on with by tearing and collaging of images, but on a larger scale. The base is four straight pinhole images each printed at 17" X 22" and mounted of foam-board. On top of that is chicken wire, to act as a barrier to the past. On top of that are torn double exposure pinhole images to represent the fragmentation of our memories.
Since I am still exploring and experimenting I thought I would try the same idea with a different method. In this quartet the double exposure top layer is printed on a transparency that acts as a veil over the past (chicken wire and single exposure image).
I also decided to use some of my silkscreen images as fronts to a couple of new cameras. I like the idea of have black & silver negative images facing future imagery that will result in black & white negatives on silvered paper. I still need to construct my sliding shutters, and then will be able to glue the aluminum to the cameras.