Jeremy Dyer creates fictional spaces that explore the intersection of memory, history and myth through the landscape-as-image. His method is to photograph, collect, deconstruct, and reassemble photographic material -- collapsing multiple points in time and space into a single scene. This mirrors the fragmentation and flattening of experience as it occurs in the creation of memory while reflecting a sense of dislocation from place.
As an atavistic response to the landscape, Dyer's images engage 'land' as a site of indifferent natural forces. Seen through a texture of skin, ash and the blackened fuzz of a violent guitar, each work is subsequently a nostalgic articulation of our histories, new histories made impossible by memory and mythology.
Dyer lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.